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Bill Gates Sr., father of Microsoft co-founder, dies at 94 Why are Trader Joe’s employees so cheerful? Thousands of Amazon Shoppers Swear by This Pain-Relieving Cushion for Long Car Rides and Working From Home

You don’t have to shell out big bucks or take on a time-consuming DIY project to give your work-from-home setup a major upgrade.

 

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Amazon shoppers swear by the ComfiLife enhanced gel chair cushion for creating a comfortable home office and relieving back pain wherever they spend time sitting, like cars and airplanes. And for a limited time, Amazon has an exclusive markdown on the memory foam cushion, which is one of the retailer’s best-selling seat cushions and office products overall.  

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Buy It! ComfiLife Gel Enhanced Pain Relief Seat Cushion, $28 (orig. $32.95); amazon.com

Over 13,000 shoppers gave the ergonomic cushion a five-star rating, and the majority also left praise-filled reviews, raving about the immediate support and pain relief the ComfiLife seat provides for achy backs, hips, and glutes. Owners love the support provided by the plush three-inch memory foam base and the contoured shape that encourages better posture.

The cushion’s cover is machine-washable and features a no-slip material on the button to help it stay in place. And each one comes with a lifetime warranty, ensuring you can use it now and for years to come. If the reviews are any indication, you’ll be one of many who “can’t live without it.”

“This cushion may just be the best product I’ve ever bought on Amazon,” one reviewer wrote. “I work from home and spend countless hours sitting in front of the computer. I’ve been having issues with swollen legs and terrible pain around my hips [that’s] so bad, I was taking Advil every night just to be able to sleep. I bought this cushion a few days ago, and the swelling has almost completely disappeared and the hip pain is completely gone. I will absolutely buy it again and I am even planning to buy a few for the holidays to give as gifts!”

© Amazon And it’s on sale!

The “life-saver,” as another reviewer labeled it, is currently on sale. Amazon hasn’t disclosed how long this ComfiLife deal will last, so if you want to get in on this discount, be sure to order it now before the price goes back up. With complimentary Prime delivery, members (or anyone who signs up for a free 30-day trial) will be able to improve their workspace and experience its soft support in no time. 

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If you thought that Week 2 of the 2020 NFL season was already a brutal time for injuries (and it certainly was)… well, we’ve got another one for you. And this is not at all good.

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Per ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Los Angeles Chargers’ team doctor was trying to administer a pain-killing shot to quarterback Tyrod Taylor before the team’s game against the Chiefs… and accidentally punctured one of Taylor’s lungs. Taylor was trying to play despite cracked ribs, but that’s why the Chargers had to put rookie Justin Herbert out there against the defending Super Bowl champs with no notice whatsoever.

Taylor suffered the injury in the Chargers’ Week 1 win over the Bengals, but per Schefter, he didn’t have an MRI until later in the week. Instead of playing through the injury, Taylor had to be hospitalized for some obvious breathing issues.

Doctors have now told Taylor that he will be out “indefinitely,” which means you won’t likely see him against the Panthers this Sunday.

This also explains why Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn was so adamant about the fact that Taylor was still his starting quarterback, despite the fact that Herbert held up pretty well against the Chiefs — were Taylor to lose his starting role due to his own team’s medical malfeasance, that could be an actionable event.

Per Bleacher Report’s Kalyn Kahler:

Asked Chargers HC Anthony Lynn to further explain sticking with Tyrod Taylor as starter, if he's 100% healthy. Here's his full answer: "There is a lot we didn’t get done with Justin on the field yesterday. He is a backup for a reason, he is a rookie..." pic.twitter.com/iulRIODObU

— Kalyn Kahler (@kalynkahler) September 21, 2020

“Don’t get me wrong, I thought what Justin did, I thought he came in and gave us a chance to win. But there is a lot you don’t know and there is a lot we didn’t get done with Justin on  the field yesterday. He is a backup for a reason. He is a rookie and there is a lot he needs to learn about this game. Tyrod is a veteran guy, I have had him before. I know what to expect from him and what he is going to get done. If Tyrod can’t go and we have to go with Justin, I am perfectly content with that. I know we can win with either quarterback, but the veteran quarterback right now gives us the best chance to win. And it’s not like we won the damn game yesterday. We lost, last time I checked.”

Lynn is a standup guy, and what else is he going to say back before this story came out?

Also this, from NFLPA Assistant Executive Director of External Affairs George Atallah:

Our medical and legal team have been in touch with Tyrod and his agent since Sunday collecting facts. An investigation has been initiated. https://t.co/HuLFVivoyN

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