Snortable chocolate could be perfect for party-goers who want to get high without the crash.
Cocoa flavanols can help improve brain function, according to a new study.
Nestle, a Swiss company, has figured out a way to reduce the sugar content of its chocolates by 40 percent without changing the taste.
The ultrasonic waves help in checking the quality of the Belgian chocolate.
A study reveals that eating small amounts of chocolate a day can lower the risk of diabetes and cardiovascular diseases.
New findings published in the journal Appetite reveal that eating chocolate may lead to better brain function.
Here are three healthy ways to celebrate Valentine's Day.
Scientists have taken a closer look at chocolate and the tree it comes from, and have traced back the origins of the plant.
A recent study explored how synesthetes "see" smells - like one participant who stated chocolate smells pink and stripey.
Walking and eating doesn't necessarily sound like a bad thing, right? Maybe not the most comfortable meal but nothing negative.
Eating chocolate may help reduce your risk of heart disease, according to recent findings published in the journal Heart.