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December 22, 2013

Can Aspirin really be used to cool a bad temper?

Can Aspirin really be used to cool a bad temper?
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About 16 million Americans suffer from IED, which often causes road rage. (Thinkstock)The ever-so-annoying advice to "take a chill pill" might just ring true, according to a recent study that suggests anti-inflammatory medications such as Aspirin could reduce aggression in certain people.

Researchers from the University of Chicago and the University of Colorado claim to have found biological markers which show a connection between inflammation in the body and an anger-related condition called intermittent explosive disorder (IED).
"We don't yet know if the inflammation triggers aggression or aggressive feelings set off inflammation, but it's a powerful indication that the two are biologically connected, and a damaging combination," explains senior study author Dr. Emil Coccaro from the University of Chicago.
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December 10, 2013

Lululemon brings its Luon pants back-no more see thru!

10-Dec-2013 It is unbelievable how much trouble a pants see thru  can make! In resent interview with Bloomberg TV the founder of Lululemon Chip Wilson blamed  some women's bodies imperfection for  fabric pilling and the famous see thru problem.  Well , today he is stepping down as chairman of Lululemon. One metaphorically can say that he was squeezed like lemon between imperfect woman's legs . You can see the interview here Chip Wilson-says-pants-don-t-work-for-some-bodies .
5-Jul-2013 Followup on the story below: 

Lululemon's sheer-pants scandal is ancient history in fashion years by now, and many still believe it got way more attention than it merited to begin with. (Was it truly necessary for them to fire their Chief Product Officer Sheree Waterson afterwards? We still think they should've sold that batch of see-through pants at a discount and called it a day. However, Lululemon's announcement that CEO Christine Day is stepping down seems a little too soon after the Luon debacle to be pure coincidence. What do you think about that?

Lululemon is starting to get its Luon black yoga pants, which were pulled in March for being too sheer, back into its stores.The company has said it expects to lose $57 million to $67 million in revenue because of the pants problem.But that hasn't mattered much to its stock.Since the company announced it was pulling the pants off shelves, its shares are up about 18 per cent. As we said before there is no such a thing as bad publicity. See how it all started here The butt is covered … for now.

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