Can Milk Cut Childhood Obesity Risks?

A new U.S. study finds that sixth-grade girls who drink two daily servings of milk cut their risks of obesity, and boys of the same age who played on a sports team were also at a healthier weight. The...

How Much Milk Meets Kids' Needs?

Drinking two cups of milk a day is enough to give most young children enough vitamin D and iron, a Canadian study suggests. In Monday's issue of the journal Pediatrics, Toronto researchers said there...
Meghan Telpner

Chocolate Milk: Healthy or Harmful?

When we consider banning flavoured milk from schools or even the common health recommendation of avoiding dairy, the next inevitable question is in regards to getting enough calcium. But I believe that there is no single food every person must consume in order to get a certain nutrient. That is just silly.