1. Dark chocolate could relieve symptoms of depression | News  The Times
  2. Scoffing chocolate helps slash the risk of depression by up to 70 per cent, studies show  The Sun
  3. Dark chocolate lowers risk of depression, study suggests  Telegraph.co.uk
  4. Eating dark chocolate could boost mood and relieve symptoms of depression: study  7NEWS
  5. Eating lots of chocolate may help with depression, new study finds  Irish Post
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Dark chocolate lowers risk of depression, study suggests 

If you need an excuse to tuck into that chocolate bar that's been sitting in your cupboard, this could be it.If you need an excuse to tuck into that chocolate bar that's been sitting in your cupboard, this could be it.

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LET’S FACE it—we all knew chocolate makes us happy, but now we have a study that proves it.S...LET’S FACE it—we all knew chocolate makes us happy, but now we have a study that proves it.S...

Eating lots of chocolate may help with depression, new study finds | The Irish Post

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Adults who ate the treat had 70 per cent lower odds of reporting depressive symptoms.Adults who ate the treat had 70 per cent lower odds of reporting depressive symptoms.

Eating dark chocolate could boost mood, relieve depressive symptoms - study | 1 NEWS NOW | TVNZ

The Aztec emperor Montezuma was said to drink up to three gallons of chocolate a day to improve his mood before visiting his harem for an evening of royal exertions.Now scientists have shown that dark chocolate could boost our mood and relieve symptoms of depression. A study suggests that adults whoThe Aztec emperor Montezuma was said to drink up to three gallons of chocolate a day to improve his mood before visiting his harem for an evening of royal exertions. Now scientists have shown that...

Dark chocolate could relieve symptoms of depression | News | The Times

Researchers from UCL have revealed that eating dark chocolate can actually help to relieve depressive symptoms Researchers from UCL have revealed that eating dark chocolate can actually help to relieve depressive symptoms

People who eat dark chocolate less likely to be depressed, study reveals - Mirror Online

University College London researchers admitted they could not prove chocolate combats depression and further trials are needed. The findings were published in the journal Depression and Anxiety.University College London researchers admitted they could not prove chocolate combats depression and further trials are needed. The findings were published in the journal Depression and Anxiety.

People who eat dark chocolate are less likely to be depressed | Daily Mail Online

Research suggests the sweet treats may help with depressive symptoms.Research suggests the sweet treats may help with depressive symptoms.

Chocolate could be key to boosting mood, according to study | Newshub