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Study to test benefits of 'Chocolate vitamin'

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March 17, 2014
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A chocolate vitamin? Scientists have developed a pill containing the nutrients in dark chocolate without the sugar and fat, and a big study is being launched to see if they can help prevent heart attacks and strokes. (March 17) Video provided by AP


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