In research published in , Davasaambuu found that the blood-hormone levels of Mongolian third graders jumped after a month of being fed commercial American milk. Health researchers are also interested in how hormones in commercial milk might affect development. There are certainly downsides to living in a traditional society such as Mongolia, whose infant mortality rate, for example, is almost four times that of the United States. At a symposium on milk, hormones, and human health in Boston, Davasaambuu and Sato went so far as to suggest that dairy companies add a new category of premium milk to their offerings: Milk produced exclusively from non-pregnant cows. Of course, as Davasaambuu acknowledges, the science is far from settled.
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