That glass of milk may add some calories, fat, and vitamins to your diet, but don't expect an energy boost to come along with those nutrients.
While milk has long been heralded as a means of fighting osteoporosis, research suggests that excessive milk consumption may have the opposite effect.
Those rumors you heard in high school about certain foods causing breakouts may have a grain of truth to them.
If you want to keep your heart healthy, you may want to moderate your intake of milk—especially the full-fat kind.
Insulin resistance—a condition marked by your body's inability to efficiently extract glucose from you blood, and which may be a precursor to diabetes
If you're catching every cold being passed around your home or office, you might want to reevaluate your dairy consumption.
Those persistent gastrointestinal problems you've been suffering and your dairy consumption may be more closely related than you realize.
If you're eager to keep your memory sharp, you may want to reconsider how much milk you're drinking on a daily basis.