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  1. Your study on diet and twinning suggests that women who consume milk are five times more likely to have twins - specifically non-identical twins. Why is this important?
  2. Since overweight and obese women tend to have more multiple-birth pregnancies and milk is a high-calorie food, might some of the effect of milk on twinning be related to excess intake by the woman?
  3. What is the role of insulin-like growth factor in reproduction?
  4. Is the insulin-like growth factor produced and secreted by the cows into milk the same as humans produce?
  5. Is the IGF in the milk absorbed into the blood of the consumer?
  6. Has the association between milk and twinning been shown in other countries?

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