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How Google ads work on NaturalNews (and how you can help us ban bad ads)


How Google ads work on NaturalNews (and how you can help us ban bad ads) Monday, October 25, 2010 by Mike Adams , the Health Ranger Editor of NaturalNews.com (See all articles...) ... I've personally been overseeing our ad ban efforts, and we've actually banned well over a hundred ads so far, including ads from the Corn Refiners Association that attempted to spew HFCS propaganda. "...

Same Facebook that banned conservative political ads gladly accepted 100 out of 100 ads from fictional U.S. Senators


Same Facebook that banned conservative political ads gladly accepted 100 out of 100 ads from fictional U.S. ... Vice News reported that it did not actually purchase any ads but rather its posing correspondents were simply approved to include “Paid for by” disclosures for requested ads. "...

Experts question the ethics of personalized, manipulative ads


Experts question the ethics of personalized, manipulative ads Thursday, August 01, 2019 by: Tracey Watson Advertising , Anxiety , badtech , captive audience , captology , children , commercialization , consumerism , consumption , depression , digital age , electonic devices , ethics , Facebook , influencer , internet , manipulation , manipulative advertising , Marketing , media , Smartphones , Social media , tablets , technology , Twitter , Tyranny , unhappiness , YouTube - (Natural News ...

No on Prop. 37 ads aim to scare voters


Much to nobody's surprise, Monsanto, DuPont and other big corporations that stand to lose money are putting big bucks into the "No" on Prop. 37 campaign. In fact, they've already spent over $34 million on their highly manipulative and, in some cases, even fraudulent ads. "...

Warning: drug ads are harmful to your health


If you watch TV or ever flip through a glossy magazine, you are bound to have seen ads conjured up by Big Pharma working with slick advertising agencies. "...

Cereal ads found to promote childhood obesity


According to a study by the Yale University's Rudd Center for Food Policy, marketing trumps nutrition when it comes to selling sugar-laden, empty calorie cereals to America's children. ... The Yale study found that the average American preschool child sees 642 entertaining cereal ads a year. "...

Lawmakers Examine Whether Drug Ads Are Truthful


Merck/Schering-Plough has been forced to pull several ads for Vytorin recently due to concerns that the prescription drug ads may be misleading or not truthful with consumers. ... Lawmakers are now targeting prescription drug ads and are questioning whether these ads are marketing tools or flagrant deceptions designed to sell drugs instead of help people. "...

Google censors abortion pill reversal ads, reinforcing pro-abortion stance


The group’s ads promote abortion pill reversal (APR) using the safe pregnancy hormone progesterone. ... However, the Big Tech firm disapproves all of Live Action’s ads on Sept. 13. Google cites “unreliable claims” as a basis for its censorship of Live Action’s APR ads despite approving them earlier. "...

Amazon's deceitful "feel good ads" mislead consumers


Amazon’s deceitful “feel good ads” mislead consumers Tuesday, November 24, 2020 by: News Editors Amazon , Big Tech , deception , lies , mainstream media , misleading , Price gouging , Social media Bypass censorship by sharing this link: https://www.distributednews.com/477041.html Copy URL - (Natural News ) Going into the holidays a slew of “feel-good ads” from Amazon now hitting the airways is intended to mask the miserable truth about this company. ... Sadly, “feel-good ads” ...

Monsanto back in court over misleading Roundup ads


Monsanto back in court over misleading Roundup ads Wednesday, April 26, 2017 by: Ethan Huff glyphosate , lawsuit , Monsanto , Roundup - (Natural News ) A new lawsuit claims that Monsanto, the world’s most evil corporation, has been lying about the nature of its Roundup herbicide by claiming that it only targets an enzyme found in weeds, but not in people or pets. ... The Autism blame game: This time, it’s the womb Glyphosate byproduct AMPA found to interfere with photosynthesis, the basis ...

TV food ads promote unhealthy eating habits


A person who ate only products advertised on television could get an entire month's worth of sugar in a single day, according to a study conducted by researchers from Armstrong Atlantic State University in the Savannah, Ga., and published in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association. ... Smart TVs can spy on their owners Disqus Take Action: Support Natural News by linking to this article from your website Permalink to this article: https://www.naturalnews.com/029953_television_food_ads....

Merck's cervical cancer vaccine ads are inaccurate and misleading


Merck's cervical cancer vaccine ads are inaccurate and misleading Wednesday, March 03, 2010 by: E. ... Objecting to the claims being made that the vaccine protects against cervical cancer, The Sama Resource Centre for Women and Health, Saheli Women's Resource Centre, and a group of doctors are sounding the alarm that the ads are misleading and inaccurate. "...

Nickelodeon food ads promote junk food to children


The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) determined that "nearly 80 percent of food ads on the popular children's network Nickelodeon are for foods of poor nutritional quality." ... If 80 percent of Nickelodeon ads were promoting foods of poor nutritional quality, that means the foods with the poorest nutritional quality were advertised more than CSPI's acceptable foods. "...

Canadian Government Pressured to Ban Junk Food Ads


The Toronto board of health has urged the Canadian government to place a total ban on the advertising of junk foods to children. ... The board of health urged federal and provincial governments to follow the lead of the United Kingdom in placing a complete ban on junk food ads to children. "...

Have You Seen Those Misleading Lipitor Ads?


I'm sure you've seen the ads. ... And by the way, Pfizer has pulled those ads with Dr. Jarvik. About the author Dr. "...

Governor of Minnesota pushes for ban of consumer drug ads


Tim Pawlenty recently called on Congress to enact a two-year federal ban on direct-to-consumer (DTC) drug advertisements, and for Minnesota to increase its regulation of drug ads. ... "The scientific debate about direct-to-consumer drug advertising is over," says Mike Adams, consumer health advocate and critic of drug ads. "...

Facebook inadvertently protects Big Tobacco by banning vaping ads


Facebook inadvertently protects Big Tobacco by banning vaping ads Wednesday, October 04, 2017 by: Tracey Watson advertisements , Advertising , cigarettes , Facebook , smoking , stopping smoking , vaping - (Natural News ) There is no longer any doubt whatsoever that smoking cigarettes has catastrophic effects on human health. ... It’s a question that over 42 percent of Americans are now asking Mindful education is still part of parenting: Don’t let kids learn about their bodies from product ...

Study: Ads selling junk food overwhelmingly targeting youth


Study: Ads selling junk food overwhelmingly targeting youth Monday, February 06, 2017 by: Amy Goodrich Big Food , food ads , food commercials , food industry , Heart and Stroke Foundation , junk food , junk food ads , unhealthy food ads - (Natural News ) Even though you, the health-conscious parent, steer your children toward fresh, organic fruits and vegetables and limit their time in front of the TV, junk food ads are still having a tremendous impact ...

Mainstream media caught bribing politicians with free airtime ads


Television and radio stations are increasingly being utilized by elected officials as free campaign ads under the guise of making a "public service announcement," The Intercept's First Look reported in recent days. "...

Sneaky food ads decline on TV but pop up elsewhere


The most recent analysis finds that the quantity and frequency of these ads are on the decline - but are they finding other places to make an appearance? A new analysis from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has found that marketers in the food-and-beverage industry have slightly improved the nutritional messages in their child-geared ads. "...