The Morning Brew: 6.22

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Marie Callender's frozen meals yanked for possible salmonella tainting. Reuters reports that eight people have contracted the illness from the products.

Healthy diets and the medicinal properties of some foods are causing drug interaction issues. The Wall Street Journal takes an extensive look at what prescriptions and foods clash and what's being done to find a balance.

Advertising works. A new study shows that kids think food tastes better when it's endorsed by cartoon characters. ABC News shared the study from Yale, which involved 4-6 years olds getting really excited about Dora the Explorer snacks.

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