Study: Chocolate consumption reduces likelihood of stroke in men

General Health
The Los Angeles Times reports in its "Booster Shots" blog on a new study published in the journal Neurology which "finds that compared with men who reported eating little-to-no chocolate on a regular basis, those who had the highest weekly consumption of chocolate - about 63 grams per week, or just a little more than 2 ounces - reduced their likelihood of suffering a stroke by 17%." (more…)
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