9/18/2009 11:04:38 AM
Lab News -- For several years, researchers have been interested in the value of Theobroma cacao in treating a variety of disorders. A new Missouri State Univ. study presented at the International Headache Society's 14th International Headache Congress hosted by the American Headache Society in Philadelphia, has provided the first evidence for the value of cocoa as a dietary supplement in repressing inflammatory responses within the trigeminal ganglia which are thought to play a role in migraine.
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