Go on, down a glass of milk. Cockroach milk, that is. Research says that the milk from the creepy crawlies are packed with nutritional benefits that should put it on top of every health buff's grocery list.
Different kinds of lights installed in milk display cases, as well as the type of packaging used, could greatly influence the taste and nutritional content of milk.
Ever imagine eating your food wrapper? Now, it's possible, as a team of scientists discovered a revolutionary biodegradable film made of milk protein, which can replace plastic wraps.
If you were to walk into a grocery store and ask anyone in the dairy section which is more nutritious, organic or regular milk, they would likely tell you that organic is the safest bet. After all, that's why we pay more for organic products, right? Well now an independent team of researchers has found that we might actually be comparing apples to apples, where the differences between organic and conventional milks are far from Earth-shattering.
Scientists have long wondered why human genes mutated to accommodate milk into our diets, and now a new study is trying to "whey" the benefits of this lactate-rich drink using ancient dental plaque.
It's long been known that milk is good for you. An excellent source of calcium and a host of essential nutrients, drinking milk is associated with stronger bones and a healthier body. However, new research implies that drinking too much "cow juice" could lead to some serious consequences.
School cafeteria bans on chocolate milk decreased sales but generated more waste, according to a recent study.
More US babies are being breast fed and for longer periods of times, a new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report said Wednesday, as mothers seek out the benefits tied with nursing for their children.
Pregnant women or women who are planning to have children should ensure they consume enough iodine, which is found in milk and fish, or risk their child having a low IQ and reading ability, according to a new study.