UK/NEW ZEALAND: Scientists develop cow’s milk for sleep aid, way to redue methane emissions
Farmers in Britain have developed milk that they say is chemically proven to promote a full and restful night's sleep. The milk is now being marketed to people who rely on other means of falling asleep, such as sleeping pills. It contains higher levels of melatonin, which was found in recent Finnish studies to promote sleep.
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