Home > Newsletters > Daily: Love or hate Earth Hour? > Daily Dose: This is why your vanilla or cinnamon flavoured e-cigarette is toxic > Health-in-Motion 22 August 2017 Chocolate and heart health go together well. Chocolate and heart health go together well. A recent Danish study involving more than 55,000 participants ranging in age from 50 to 64 found that eating chocolate on a regular basis reduces the risk of developing a heart flutter – an irregularity in the rhythm of the heartbeat which afflicts millions of people worldwide and which doctors refer to as atrial fibrillation. The scientists who conducted the research suggest that the benefits are strongest at between two and six servings of chocolate per week for men and one serving for women. 0 More: Daily Dose: This is why your vanilla or cinnamon flavoured e-cigarette is toxicHealth-in-Motion advertisement Other news Lifestyle Tired of wearing underwear? Here are 6 things you should know before you go commando Sex Are sex robots healthy for humans? Lifestyle This breathing exercise will get you to hold your breath for over two minutes Fitness Meet Gareth Scott, the gamer breaking stereotypes by helping others get fit Sex Gonorrhoea 101: Everything you need to know about the STI Natural Health Is integrative medicine right for you? From our sponsors Congestion associated with sinuses can ruin your day Tell us of your unusual allergy and stand a chance to win R2 000! WIN a R2000 Skin Renewal online store voucher! FLU SURVEY: Stand a chance of winning R2 000 cash! Live healthier Living with sinusitis » 7 common sinusitis myths you shouldn’t believe Are you using the correct treatment for your sinusitis? How your mucus can be a guide to sinusitis treatment Suffering from chronic sinusitis? Your mucus might help identify the most effective treatment. Sleep better » Most physical activities help you sleep better 10 tips for better sleep 10 reasons you may have insomnia and how fix it Here are 10 reasons why you may have insomnia – along with possible ways to solve the problem.