Kayla Becton

Friday, April 14, 2017

April 14, 2017: Social Refresh

Social Refresh: Cronkite News top broadcast stories of the week

In this Friday edition of Cronkite News, we highlight some of our top-performing stories of the week.

Could qualifying Valley residents have to say goodbye to free and reduced school lunches? Cronkite News reporter Natalie Tarangioli tells us what will happen if a certain bill is passed.

A University of Arizona study suggests women who have been through a divorce are ultimately healthier. Reporter Mija Maslar spoke to one woman who turned her health around since her divorce.

In an emerging trend, consumers are taking chlorophyll supplements in hopes to make them healthier. Reporter Ashley Holcombe spoke to an expert to find out whether the health benefits of these supplements are fact or fiction.

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