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Mobile-friendly test showing error on one page


Content wider than screen

Clickable elements too close together

That's the mobile usability report for https://magickitchen.com/info/food-for-chronic-diseases.html.

This one, by contrast, is fine: https://www.magickitchen.com/info/protect-blood-vessels-and-kidneys-with-daily-exercise.html

Which leads me to believe the clickable elements issue isn't with the navigation or footer, which are identical.

The divs are the same as well, so I'm equally confused about the content width issue.

I've tried removing various elements (for instance, the testimonials section), but get the same response.
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Melody Scott

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Scott Fell

Also, content below should be in a column.

<p><a href="https://www.statnews.com/2018/04/02/food-chronic-disease-hospital-stays/" target="_blank">Studies show</a> that custom meals can help curb hospital stays for people with chronic disease. That means lower medical bills and more time at home with family and friends. </p>

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Melody Scott

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thanks, will give those fixes a try!
Melody Scott

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That worked, thanks! I didn't realized I'd missed that class out on the large image.
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