Andy’s Quick Hits (151): Chocolate and wine may reduce mortality risk for people with Parkinson’s

Admittedly that headline is a bit catchy and not strictly true. What the researchers at Penn State found over a 34-year period was that flavonoids, antioxidants, found in foods such as dark chocolate, wine, and berries, had significant impacts on mortality.

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