The Morning Brew: Tuesday, 1.22



A report on the rise in the cost of palm and other cooking oils and the severe impact this is having on poor countries. (New York Times)

Scientists are beginning to study the long-term effects of E. coli and other forms of food poisoning. (AP)

A new study links caffeine consumption and the risk of miscarriage. (New York Times)

-Ian Froeb

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