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A recent study looked at whether taking cocoa as a supplement or taking a multivitamin could improve cognitive function (or at least slow cognitive decline) in older adults. Well, according to the study, the cocoa wasn't doing anything, but the multivitamins did seem to have an influence on cognition. But, as we so often have to, we're going to take a close look at the study and say "hold on a minute." Let's take a close look at how the study was conducted and get a sense of just how much credence we should lend these findings.

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