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E. Hector Corsi

Digital Journalist based in Montreal, QC, Canada. Joined on Apr 12, 2012
Expertise in Holistic health, Pharmaceuticals, Health, Science & space, Exercise & fitness

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Study: Dark chocolate shrinks belly, linked to lower body fat

A new study shows that enjoying dark chocolate leads to a reduction in abdominal size. Participants ate about 500 calories worth of dark chocolate per day.
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Study: Green tea blocks effects of blood pressure medication

A new study warns that drinking green tea can block the effects of the blood pressure medication nadolol. Patients drinking green tea had a significantly blunted response to the blood pressure lowering effects of the drug.
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Research: Ginseng reduces chronic fatigue

A new study shows that Panax ginseng has anti-fatigue effects on patients who have chronic fatigue. After four weeks of using ginseng, patients felt significantly less fatigued and had better mood and cognitive performance.
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Study: Allspice kills prostate cancer cells

Allspice, from the dried, unripe berry of Pimenta dioca, has several compounds that can fight prostate and breast cancer.
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Study: Amazon açaí fruit could fight Alzheimer's disease

A new study shows that açaí berry can prevent some of the negative effects of toxic β-amyloid (Aβ) proteins implicated in Alzheimer’s disease and improve memory.
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Research: Vitamin C fights the common cold

Specific amounts of vitamin C might help treat the common cold, according to a new review of numerous research trials on the vitamin. Vitamin C might be more beneficial in some groups of people than others.
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Study: Fish oil fights prostate cancer

A new study shows that supplementing a low fat diet with fish oil can help fight prostate cancer. Eating lots of fish also produced a 63 percent reduction in prostate cancer-specific mortality.
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Clinical trial to test effects of coconut oil against Alzheimer’s

New research suggests that coconut oil may help fight Alzheimer’s disease (AD), and a clinical trial will be conducted to test its effects against AD.
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Study: Multivitamins lower breast cancer mortality by 30%

A new study shows that postmenopausal women with invasive breast cancer who used multivitamins had lower breast cancer mortality than those who didn't use these supplements.
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Study: Ashwagandha herb reverses Alzheimer's disease pathology

Ashwagandha can reverse the accumulation of toxic proteins implicated in Alzheimer's disease and also improves behavior.
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Study: Copper deficiency causes anemia

A new study shows copper deficiency causes anemia. Many people are copper deficient, and even if you have enough iron, this will lead to anemia.
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Study: Gluten-free diet lowers weight and fat gain

A new study shows gluten-free diets could lower weight gain, even when calories aren't changed. Many people might benefit from avoiding gluten.
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Montreal mayor Applebaum resigns amid fraud charges

Montreal interim mayor Michael Applebaum has resigned after being arrested on corruption, conspiracy and fraud charges. Applebaum had promised to put the city back on the right path until the next municipal election in November 2013.
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Study: Sucralose (Splenda) spikes blood sugar and insulin

A new study shows that obese humans who ingest sucralose have an increased repsonse to glucose. Sucralose caused higher blood sugar and insulin levels.
In the Media by E. Hector Corsi

Research: Coffee fights breast cancer, improves tamoxifen effect Special

New research shows that moderate to high coffee consumption can prevent some types of breast cancer and improve response to tamoxifen.
Digital Journal Report by E. Hector Corsi - 6 comments

Study: GMOs linked to leukemia and anemia

A new study shows that Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) toxins are linked to leukemia and anemia. Research shows toxic effects at the lowest dose tested.
In the Media by E. Hector Corsi - 7 comments

Research: Cinnamon extract fights Alzheimer's disease

New research shows that cinnamon extract helps to reduce toxic proteins implicated in the pathology of Alzheimer's Disease. The spice also restores mental function.
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Research: Vitamin E is critical against Alzheimer's disease

New research shows Vitamin E can fight Alzheimer's disease , and that Vitamin E levels can diagnose Alzheimer's. You must get enough of this important vitamin to prevent the illness.
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Monsanto threatens lawsuit against European Food Safety Authority

Monsanto plans to sue the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) after the agency published data on the company's genetically modified corn.
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Research: Some polyunsaturated fats worse than saturated fats

Researchers evaluated the effects of replacing saturated fats with polyunsaturated fats from safflower oil. Subjects who used the safflower oil had higher rates of death from all causes and from cardiovascular disease.
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