Got Milk? What About Drugs? 

As high levels of antibiotics and other drugs are found in Idaho's dairy cattle, the state struggles with what to do next.

The Food and Drug Administration is worried about what it calls an “important potential public health issue.” It could be in your latte or your child’s bowl of breakfast cereal. It could be in your refrigerator or freezer. At the very…

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