What if there were a simple cure for some of life's most common afflictions, such as eczema, asthma, or hay fever? Something that's natural, relatively inexpensive and that most people drink every single day. Now imagine this miracle salvation, which has sustained generations of children on farms across Britain, is at best tricky to source, and at worst illegal.
The television presenter and professional bikini-wearer Myleene Klass found out that serving breast milk to friends and family has a nasty side effect – that everyone in the media (yes, that includes me) rears up and starts banging on about it.
Most pregnant women are deficient in iodine, a mineral vital for cognitive development
There is a difference between tyrants with a consistent record of mass murder and democratically elected politicians
Without wishing to give our enemies any ideas, it would be pretty easy to see off the denizens of the Trending desk. All you’d need to do is send us something reasonably tasty (and chock-full of poison), and we’d fall upon it like starving rats. Recently, a box of truffles arrived as a thank-you for one writer, and the pack attacked.
The Milk Race, once a familiar summer staple of Britain’s sporting calendar, is to make a return after 20 years.
This fine selection of chocolate treats will leave you spoilt for choice, whether you're planning to spend £5 or £50
Food Standards Agency says it has launched a prosecution against Selfridges and the farmer who supplied the milk
Research reveals that antibiotic-resistant organisms are gaining a hold on dairy industry
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Stone Age people living in northern Europe were making cheese more than 7,000 years ago according to scientists who believe they have found the first direct evidence of dairy processing.
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Dairy farmers are planning demonstrations against supermarket chains in protest at lower milk prices that they say will bankrupt them and change the countryside.
Milk producers say they face bankruptcy unless the 4p-a-litre cut is reversed