Your kids morning bowl of cereal may have more sugar in that cookies.
That's coming from a new report by the Environmental Working Group.
The consumer advocacy agency says only a quarter of children's cereals meet government guidelines for limits on sugar.
The report says some of the cereals even have more sugar than three chocolate chip cookies or one Twinkie.
But some cereal makers take issue with the report. Kellogg's says it has cut sugar in its cereal by 16 percent. And it says its cereals only make up a small part of added sugar in the US diet.
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An Akron woman finally accessed the troubled healthcare.gov website Monday only to find she can't afford the insurance they're offering.
The folks in charge of fixes at Healthcare.gov released a progress report on the capacity and performance of the health insurance shopping and enrollment system on Sunday.