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Push Notifications

I keep getting what I think are push notifications that pop up over on the side of my screen. I can't click them off. Clicking on them will take away the page I'm on and go to their desired site. Here is the address that one recently took me: https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/11864/chicken-noodle-casserole-i/?utm_campaign=browser_notification_casserole&utm_content=20190210&utm_medium=internal&utm_source=allrecipes.com

I'm hoping you can tell by this address what the pop up is that I'm trying to get rid of. They seem to come from Google Chrome. Google Chrome is my browser. The ads sometimes say something like - Google Chrome www.recipes.com (this would have been what the above one said) . I have tweaked my settings but it doesn't help. I read that Notifications is supposed to have something called "Exceptions" but mine doesn't. One suggestion for getting rid of it called for going into Exceptions.

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