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CDC Urges Consumers Who Drank Raw Milk To See A Doctor

If you drank Udder Milk’s raw milk within the last six months, you should go ahead and see a doctor right away. CDC said a woman in New Jersey was found infected with a rare bacteria after she drank contaminated raw milk.

Public Health November 29, 2017

16.4 Million Americans Think Chocolate Milk Comes From Brown Cows, Survey Reveals

A survey commissioned by the Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy returns shocking results. Seven percent of Americans believe brown cows produce the chocolate milk they drink.

Feature | Culture June 16, 2017

Mead Johnson Faces Lawsuit Over Dead Insects Found On Baby Formula Enfamil

Paulina Rodriguez claimed to have found insects on Enfamil milk formula on four different occasions, one of which was captured on video. An earlier whistleblower lawsuit is connected to Rodriguez's claims.

Public Health April 11, 2017

Milk Money: You Might Be Eligible For Cash Payout Under This Dairy Lawsuit Settlement

If you bought milk or another dairy product from 2003 to 2011 in one of the 16 affected locations, you may be eligible for a cash payout from a recently settled antitrust class-action lawsuit against dairy producers.

Healthy Living/Wellness January 17, 2017

LED Display Lights Can Help Milk Taste Better: Study

Replacing fluorescent lights with LED lights on retail milk display outlets not only reduce energy bills but also improve the taste of milk and enrich the flavor profile. This was revealed in a new study by Virginia Tech researchers.

Life & Style December 7, 2016

Cockroach Milk Could Be The Superfood Of The Future

These pests might have some use after all. An international team of scientists found that cockroach milk is four times more nutritious than cow's milk and could be the future's superfood.

Animals July 26, 2016

Happy Cows Produce More Nutritious Milk

Milk is a great source of nutrients. For more nutritious milk, however, researchers have found that cows with high levels of the happy hormone serotonin are the best producers.

Animals July 17, 2016

Cow's Milk Allergy Linked To Weaker Bones In Children

Children who are allergic to cow's milk tend to have weaker bones compared with kids who have other food allergies. What can parents do to help alleviate calcium deficiency in these kids?

Healthy Living/Wellness April 23, 2016

Key Prebiotics In Mom's Milk For Baby's Healthy Microbiome Also Found In Cow's Milk

Cow’s milk might contain some vital prebiotic similar to what mother's milk constitutes of, according to a new research. This prebiotic compound encourages the growth of a baby’s gut bacteria and ensures supply of essential nutrients to the baby.

April 20, 2016

Should You Switch To Whole Milk? People Who Consume Full-Fat Dairy Products Less Likely To Be Obese

A new study linked high-fat dairy intake with a reduced risk for obesity, an association not seen in low-fat dairy consumption. Is it actually time to grab that bottle of whole milk? Experts weighed in on the matter.

LIFE April 8, 2016

Full-Fat Dairy Food May Cut Obesity, Diabetes Risk

Consuming full-fat dairy products such as whole milk and cheese may not be that bad at all. Two new studies found a link between intake of full-fat dairy food and reduced risk for diabetes and obesity.

LIFE April 7, 2016

Can't Decide If You'll Go Organic? New Study Says Organic Milk, Meat More Nutritious Than Non-Organic Counterpart

A new study found that organic milk and meat may be more nutritious than its non-organic counterparts. Researchers found that the levels of most nutrients in the organic group are higher than the ones in the conventional food group.

LIFE February 19, 2016

Drinking Milk Collected From Cows At Night Can Make You Fall Asleep Faster

Researchers in South Korea discovered that milk collected from cows at night have higher levels of melatonin and tryptophan than ordinary milk. The discovery may possibly help people who are often sleep-deprived.

LIFE December 20, 2015

Samsung Is Putting An End To Milk Video Service

Against the backdrop of thousands of company layoffs, Samsung has announced that it will be discontinuing its Milk video streaming service.

Business September 28, 2015

Breast Feeding No Different From Bottle Feeding For Improving Baby IQ

The IQ of babies who were breastfed for at least the first four months of life is no better than those of babies who were bottle-fed. Researchers said that breasfeeding offers little or no benefit to a child's cognitive development.

LIFE September 24, 2015

This 3D Printed ‘Smart Cap’ Can Sense Spoiled Milk

Engineers at UC Berkeley have developed a 'smart cap' that combines 3D printing technology with electronics to wirelessly montior fresh milk and detect when it becomes spoiled.

Gadgets July 20, 2015

Scientists Discover 49,000 Year Old Milk-Based Paint In South Africa

Researchers conducted an experiment on female mice and found that antibiotics may cause the early development of obesity in children.

Earth/Environment July 2, 2015

Peeps-Flavored Milk Is In Real And Just In Time For Easter 2015

Peeps, the traditional Easter candy is now getting a liquid makeover. Starting this week, Peeps-infused milk will be available in supermarkets.

Internet Culture March 5, 2015

Dairy milk harmful or beneficial? You decide

Research involving over 100,000 individuals found that milk cannot prevent bone fractures. Drinking more milk is even tied with increased risks for early death.

LIFE November 2, 2014

High consumption of milk may increase mortality risk: Study

Milk can increase mortality rates and the incidence of bone fractures in women, a new study reports.

LIFE November 1, 2014

Got milk? Maybe you shouldn't have too much: Study links milk to bone fracturing in women

Milk consumption may lead to a greater incidence of fractured bones and deaths in women, but what is the cause behind this new finding?

LIFE October 29, 2014

High milk intake ups risk of fracture in both men and women. Believe it or not

Got milk? It might be better if you don't, according to a Swedish study. Drinking a lot of milk, it turns out, may not be good for your bones as originally thought.

LIFE October 29, 2014

Ancient Europeans were lactose intolerant for at least 5000 years, DNA study reveals

Ancient Europeans started domesticating animals long before their body can tolerate drinking animal milk. Because of their lactose intolerance, experts believe they practiced dairying for cheese and yogurt.

Animals October 23, 2014

Ancient Europeans suffered from lactose intolerance for 5000 years

Humans started consuming dairy products before developing the genes needed to process it, according to a new study.

Healthy Living/Wellness October 21, 2014

Human milk fat can help preemies get on a healthy track, claims new research

New research claims premature babies may benefit from human milk fat and improve growth wise while in neonatal intensive care units. Study shows cream supplement spurred weight gain.

LIFE August 17, 2014

Taking probiotics regularly might help those with high blood pressure

Taking probiotics regularly for two months might moderately lower blood pressure. Further studies must be done to figure out which probiotic products are best suited for this purpose.

LIFE July 21, 2014

Real cheese without milk is possible. Meet the Real Vegan Cheese

A team of biohackers has found a way to make milk-less cheese. Made to have the taste of real authentic cheese, the team claims it’s made from baker’s yeast.

LIFE July 18, 2014

Diets heavy in dairy could improve colon cancer survival rate, research reveals

New research indicates dairy and milk consumption may lead to longer survival for colon cancer patients. But one doctor refutes that completely and says dairy shouldn't be in anyone's diet.

LIFE June 24, 2014

Samsung now wants its Milk music service users to pay $4 per month for ads-free streaming

Ever got milked by Milk? There's a first time for everything thanks to Samsung.

Apps/Software April 19, 2014

Checking for spoiled milk gets hassle-free with new smart tags

Chinese scientists have unveiled a new "smart tag" that can tell whether milk has gone bad. The new technology was unveiled at the recent ACS National Meeting.

Animals March 18, 2014

Unpasteurized milk carry health risks: Pediatricians

Consuming raw milk products have life threatening risks.

LIFE December 16, 2013

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