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Same-width div is different widths on separate pages

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Hi,

On this page: mkmeals.com/responsive/index.html, the white section containing the text is the correct width.

However, on subsequent pages, such as mkmeals.com/responsive/low-sodium.html, the white section is a bit wide.

I've added a couple of screenshots to show what I mean.
The way it should look
Too wide.
From what I can ascertain, it is controlled by this CSS:

.col-md-10 {
    min-height: 840px;
    width: 83.3333%;
}

I guess I could change that to width: 82.5%, and on the one page use inline CSS to make it 83.3333%. But I am sure you more experienced experts will come up with a cleaner solution. Thanks.
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On the first page you have margin-left:-10px inline
The second page doesn't have it.
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Thank you!
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