Chocoholics rejoice. If the report at the link below is true, the chocolate Easter bunny just may lower your chances of having a heart problem.
German researchers followed nearly 20,000 people over eight years, sending them several questionnaires about their diet and exercise habits.
They found people who had an average of six grams of chocolate per day - or about one square of a chocolate bar - had a 39 percent lower risk of either a heart attack or stroke.
Now, where did I put that recipe for double fudge brownies?