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Is chocolate a sweet way to tackle dementia?

It is a much-loved treat for sweet tooths and not known for its health benefits, but a radical new study at the University of East Anglia aims to link eating chocolate to reducing the risk of dementia.

The universities of East Anglia, Illinois, and Melbourne have joined forces to set up a pioneering study which examines the effect of eating chocolate and fish oil daily, and the researchers need your help.
 

Read more on the Eastern Daily Press website.