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Your Day in Health: March 14

Are your rice krispies safe? Plus: It's Pi Day!

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Your Day in Health: March 14

Are your rice krispies safe? Plus: It's Pi Day!

METRO: Kellogg’s Admits Worker Peed on Cereal Conveyor Belt

"Kellogg’s has confirmed that it’s investigating a worker who urinated on a conveyor belt at one of its factories. The video is believed to have been shot in 2014 and affected Rice Krispies Treats, Rice Krispies Treats cereal and puffed rice cake products. Kellogg’s confirmed that the food that had been affected was past its expiration date meaning that it’s likely people have eaten the contaminated products." Read full story.

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TIME: All the Best Pi Day Deals for Monday, March 14

"Plenty of independent restaurants, bakeries, pizza places, and pie shops in cities like Phoenix and Washington, D.C., are hosting Pi Day deals on March 14, 2016—typically with slices of pie (and sometimes beer!) for $3.14. National chains have Pi Day promotions as well." Read full story.

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DELISH: Corona Recalled for Containing Glass Shards

"Corona's voluntary recall includes its Corona Extra brew in 12-pack and 18-pack boxes of the 12-ounce clear bottles. The brand explained via press release that the recall is "'very limited in scope,' with one in every 5,000 bottles affected." Read full story.

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