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    1. Eating Dark Chocolate Can Protect Your Heart

      International Business Times via Yahoo News4 days ago

      Chocolate has always been the "magical" cure-all ingredient for our ailments. We often eat chocolate in the form of candy to lift our mood or mend a broken heart. Now, researchers ...

    2. The Newest M&M's Flavor Is For Serious Chocoholics Only

      Popsugar US via Yahoo News21 hours ago

      If you always struggle to choose a favorite kind of M&M's, prepare to be obsessed with the newest flavor: Triple Chocolate! Set to be released for Valentine's Day 2018, Triple Chocolate ...

    3. Top 10: the best family-friendly hotels in London

      The Telegraph via Yahoo News2 days ago

      Young guests can also expect cookies with marshmallows and hot chocolate at bedtime. The children's menus in the restaurants show some imagination for once — expect canela waffles and ...

    4. 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 ...

    5. When one asks people what their guilty pleasures are, eating chocolate will most likely be one of them. Reuters/Arnd WiegmannEmployees of Swiss chocolate maker Lindt & Spruengli ...

    6. Eating up to six servings of dark chocolate per week can protect your heart health.

    7. 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 ...

    8. The best kind of scientific study is the one that uncovers a health benefit to chocolate.

    9. Because triple chocolate M&Ms are here. Imagine you’re at the movie theater. You have a giant tub of buttery popcorn, and you’re about to see the latest release of your favorite franchise ...

    10. A study by Harvard University has found a link between eating more chocolate and reducing your risk of a fatal heart condition, called atrial fibrillation (AF). Eating two to six ounces ...

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