Eating chocolate may lower stroke risk in men, study says

Men who reported eating the most chocolate were 17% less likely to suffer from a stroke over 10 years than were those who consumed the least, according to a study of 37,103 Swedish men on the website of the journal Neurology. “The beneficial effect of chocolate consumption on stroke may be related to the flavonoids in chocolate,” lead researcher Susanna Larsson said. Medscape (free registration) (8/29), Google/The Press Association (U.K.) (8/29)

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