According to a recent study, a particular type of flavonol found in dark chocolate can prevent obesity and diabetes.
A new study will test the effects of taking a chocolate capsule on health.
Chocolate, tea and berries could prevent type 2 diabetes, according to a new study.
Lay's will be rolling out their latest creation, chocolate-covered wavy potato chips.
Eating chocolate may help people lose unwanted weight, according to new research.
Eating chocolate may rejuvenate hair more than conditioners and treatments, a new study reveals. Scientists explain that the sweet treat contains a pigment called melanin which can help prevent grays and gives hair its color.
A new study reveals more reason to love chocolate. Scientists say chocolate can help keep the brain healthy.
Now there's another reason to love chocolate. A new study reveals that chocolate can effectively fight obesity-related inflammation.
How can we live longer, healthier and happier? Numerous studies have found that long life isn’t just about DNA. Time and time again, scientists have proven that people can significantly influence their lifespan by adopting a lifestyle that combines healthy nutrition, exercise, sleep and other health behaviors. Below are a few beverages for you to sip your way to a longer life.
Feeling tense and restless? Pop a piece of chocolate to feel better, a new study suggests.
It's not just a slogan for Pringle's; it's a truism for anyone who has thought that they would have just one chip, only to down the entire bag.
Though chocolate has already been found to contain health benefits in moderation, researchers have devised a method to halve the fat content in the creamy treat.
New research reveals that eating just a single chocolate bar can positively affect the brain by cutting the risk of stroke.
During a routine inspection, investigators found Salmonella in one of the lots.
A new study suggests that experiences are more enjoyable when there is a little guilt involved. Researchers say that things are the most pleasurable when there is some kind of restriction or when we are otherwise trying to avoid doing it. For example, chocolate seems the tastiest when one is on a diet. According to researchers from Northwestern University in Illinois, there could be a scientific explanation for why people who are "primed with guilt" enjoy things more.