Good morning, Forbes Health readers! Here are the stories we published yesterday:
A recent study had some concerning findings for lovers of this comfort food.
A new study finds that mac ‘n’ cheese is loaded with chemicals. But is this really the thing we should be worried about?
Health insurers are launching a weekend assault on Texas Sen. Ted Cruz’s “Consumer Freedom Option,” calling it “unworkable in any form” and would allow new health plans to “cherry pick” healthy consumers.
Can kissing lead to a positive drug test?
“Neglected and unprotected” aptly describes the impact of Zika on women and girls in Brazil. They remain at risk due to the government’s inadequate response.
Millennials aren’t supporting the Senate GOP’s Better Care Reconciliation Act’s skimpier low-cost individual policies, advocates for young Americans say.
Reebok’s algorithm tweet goes viral, but is missing some possibilities.
This year Federer won his first Grand Slam titles since 2012. What was different?
According to the doctrine of the Catholic Church, communion wafers must contain wheat. How does that affect Catholics who can’t eat wheat or other grains that contain gluten because they have celiac disease?
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