But it turns out that vigorous stimulation of one mammary gland can increase blood flow in neighboring glands.
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Weakest Piglets May Sneak Help from Strongest Siblings - Scientific Americanem to have an edge. One hypothesis goes that the weaklings might not have sufficient energy to stimulate the mammary gland while they suckle, so they eventually starve from a lack of nutrition. <span>But it turns out that vigorous stimulation of one mammary gland can increase blood flow in neighboring glands. So if a weakling was canny enough to position himself next to one of his strongest siblings, he might get more milk than positioned elsewhere. "I got this idea during observations of pi
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