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    1. A study by Harvard University has found a link between eating more chocolate and reducing your risk of a fatal heart condition. According to researchers, eating two to six portions of ...

    2. The study concluded that higher levels of chocolate intake were associated with a lower rate of clinically apparent atrial fibrillation.

    3. Harvard researchers found that eating up to six bars of chocolate a week could reduce the risk of a potentially developing an irregular heartbeat. The study released Wednesday found that ...

    4. People who ate chocolate a few times a week had significantly lower risk, according to a large new study

    5. Eating up to six bars of chocolate a week could reduce the risk of a potentially heart condition by almost one quarter, a study by Harvard University suggests. The research on more than ...

    6. In what could turn out to be a yummy food fight for consumers of chocolate, two chocolate makers soon will compete for business in Long Grove. One business, the Long Grove Confectionery ...

    7. Eating a small amount of chocolate every week or so may decrease the risk of a common and serious type of irregular heart rhythm, according to a new study of people in Denmark. People ...

    8. Last month, we caught wind of the M&M's that are allegedly being released in the fall in honor of Halloween, and though we were excited by the news, we were also unsure about waiting six months ...

    9. Eating Dark Chocolate Can Protect Your Heart

      International Business Times5 hours ago

      Eating up to six servings of chocolate per week led to a 20 percent lower risk of being diagnosed with atrial fibrillation (AF) — a common and dangerous type of irregular heartbeat. Previous ...

    10. Last served in 2012, the ice cream treat swirls the iconic caramel-filled chocolate candies with vanilla soft serve. Of course, this will only be served for a limited time from May 24 ...

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