It's good news for chocoholics everywhere, with new research has showing that chocolate could actually reduce the risk of coronary heart disease and strokes.
According to a study published on the British Medical Journal website, eating high levels of chocolate cut the risks by a third.
However, it's not all good news, as researchers have warned that excessive consumption would result in other illnesses.
Try not to get too downhearted though - cheer yourself up with our countdown of the top 10 things you never knew about chocolate...
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