The University of Maryland on Friday disavowed its study saying a company’s chocolate milk could help athletes recover from concussions, citing a range of problems uncovered by an internal investigation. The university said it is reviewing its internal research procedures as a result, and deleting press releases about Fifth Quarter’s milk from its website. It is also returning $228,910 provided by the company and a co-op of milk producers. —CBS News
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