OOD DAY FOR:
A new study shows that people who eat more vegetables boast skin with a noticeably "healthy glow." [NPR]
A new company called Nanny in the Clouds matches traveling parents with experienced babysitters aboard their flight. [TIME]
Helpful side effects
Researchers say a heart disease drug may help prevent racism. They explain the connection by noting that the drug reduces anxiety, and racism is, at least in part, fueled by fear. [Telegraph]
BAD DAY FOR:
Truth in advertising
The FDA scolds the makers of AeroShot, supposedly a "caffeine inhaler," for false and misleading labeling. [UPI]
Abercombie and Fitch
A leaked email reveals that store employees are forced to do military-style exercises when they make mistakes. [Business Insider]
A California middle school teacher is placed on leave after a student discovers that she was also working as a porn star. [Newser]
For more winners and losers see: Good day, bad day: March 7, 2012
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