SEATTLE -- A Washington state man who claimed he was a "milkaholic" lost a lawsuit against Safeway, Pleasanton, Calif., and the Washington Dairy Products Commission, Lynnwood, Wash., in a high-profile court case that tried to create a new affliction to add to the usual lineup of addictions. Norman Mayo, 61, of Bothell, Wash., filed suit in federal district court last year, claiming that milk is "addictive" and alleging that "his particular taste for milk was the cause of a mild stroke he ...

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