Milk consumption in childhood has lasting health benefits

11/6/2012 | Daily Mail (London), The

Children who drank more milk were more likely to walk faster and less likely to suffer balance problems in old age, compared with those who had little or no milk, Bristol University researchers reported in the journal Age and Ageing. "This is the first study to show positive associations of childhood milk intake with physical performance in old age," the researchers said.

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