The Daily Squeeze: Breast Milk At Ben & Jerry’s, Grandma Smells, And Bad Dreams

  • This sounds too crazy to possibly be true. PETA sent a letter to Ben & Jerry’s, urging them to substitute human breast milk for 75 percent of the cow’s milk in their products. A spokesperson for Ben & Jerry’s responded: “We applaud PETA’s novel approach to bringing attention to an issue, but we believe a mother’s milk is best used for her child.” Why is everyone so obsessed with breast milk these days? []
  • As we age, we develop that “Grandma” smell. Now there’s a perfume to mask that scent, so you’ll smell eight years younger. [The Guardian, U.K.]
  • German researchers have found that smelling yummy stuff before bed will give you sweeter dreams than if you were exposed to something gross, like the smell of rotten eggs, or no smell at all. [AHN]
  • The U.S. abortion rate is at a 30-year low. [LiveScience]
  • The best way to move on from an emotional setback is to analyze your feelings, according to a new study. [Newswise]
  • A self-portrait of Kate Moss done in lipstick — and featuring some of Pete Doherty’s blood) is expected to fetch 30,000 to 40,000 pounds at auction this Saturday. []