space_in_your_face writes "Since chocolate consumption could hypothetically improve cognitive function not only in individuals but also in whole populations, a researcher wondered whether there would be a correlation between a country's level of chocolate consumption and its population's cognitive function. And apparently, there is. At least, he found a correlation between chocolate consumption in a country and the number of Nobel laureates in said country. Interesting read after the discussion about correlation vs causation."
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