Camel's Milk the Key to Fertility?
STEVE INSKEEP, host:
Good morning. Im Steve Inskeep with tales of procreation run wild. A Brazilian woman gave birth to a 14-pound baby. That is apparently not a record in Brazil, where a 16-pounder was born last year. We don't have the weight of a newborn in India, but we do know the man who claims to be the father is 88-years-old. The man credits camel's milk for his success. Scientists say that makes absolutely no sense. Yet the price of camel's milk has now doubled. Youre listening to MORNING EDITION.
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