Lululemon apologizes after staffer offends with ‘bat fried rice’ T-shirt

Canadian exercise apparel brand Lululemon (LULU.O) issued statements on Tuesday apologizing for, and distancing itself from, a T-shirt design promoted by one of its art directors that triggered outrage and accusations of racism online. The hashtag “Lululemon insults China” was viewed 204 million times on China’s Weibo platform by Tuesday afternoon, with some commentators demanding […]

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Early screening based on family history may have dramatic effects on colorectal cancer detection

In an analysis that included information on adults diagnosed with colorectal cancer between 40 and 49 years of age, almost all patients could have been diagnosed earlier if they had been screened according to current family history-based screening guidelines. The findings are published early online in Cancer, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society […]

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Chef prepares meals for elderly neighbour who ‘looks forward to it’ every day

You might recognise Anthony O’Shaughnessy and the delectable meals he prepares. The 28-year-old was a semi-finalist on Masterchef in 2018. Now, he’s using his culinary skills for the greater good. The chef, now based in Newcastle during the coronavirus lockdown, has been feeding his elderly neighbour Peter delicious meals every single day. Anthony began preparing […]

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