5 ways chocolate is good for women (1/5)

Don't feel guilty about indulging in that square of chocolate. Here's how chocolate is good for women

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It may reduce pain

A recent study published in the Journal of Neuroscience found that rats don’t respond as quickly to pain while they’re eating chocolate. While this might explain why nothing in the world could drag you away from your chocolate, the study’s researchers say this pain-killing effect could be detrimental to humans as it could contribute to obesity. So remember to enjoy chocolate’s soothing properties in moderation.

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