While waiting in the doctor's office on Tuesday, I spotted the following in the Personal Journal section of the February 28 edition of the Wall Street Journal: "A study of older men in Europe found those who ate the equivalent of one-third of a chocolate bar every day lowered their blood pressure and risk of death."
I must say that I had no idea.
And yes, I stayed. But I am looking forward to the following correction: "The Journal's summary of the article 'Study Bolsters Chocolate's Tie to Better Health' incorrectly linked chocolate consumption to eternal life. We regret the error."