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    Giving Your Guy Chocolate for Valentine's Day
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    Byroney_WebMD_Staff posted:
    You just may want to hold off giving your favorite guy chocolate this Valentine's Day . "What your mother always told you may be true after all: Chocolate may make acne worse, a small preliminary study suggests.

    "Young men who ate up to 8 ounces of chocolate saw their average number of pimples skyrocket from fewer than four to as many as 70." You can read the whole story by follwing the link.

    What are you giving your best guy or gal this Valentine's Day?

    Byroney
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