Rosemary is used in aromatherapy for similar reasons but this hardly seems like stronger evidence. Briefly, here's my position on alternative therapies - I think they're great. They have few side effects and they empower people. From my own work in remote communities around the world I think that ancient traditions of healing have much to teach us and historically they have provided many useful drugs. For me aromatherapy falls at that end of the therapeutic spectrum where I would expect to find little effect. It uses nice smells to make people feel… well, nice. Or so I thought.
Using statistics from the FBI’s Uniform Crime Report and controlling for variables like the unemployment and poverty rates; per capita income; age of residents; proportion of residents with college degree; number of police officers and prisoners; and even beer consumption, researchers analyzed data from all 50 states between 1990 and 2006. (California became the first state to legalize medical marijuana in 1996; in the decade that followed, 10 states followed suit. Today that number is up to 20 states, plus the District of Columbia.) They wrote:
If you're sticking with DVD, make sure you set the player's aspect ratio to 16x9. If you bought a new HDTV, upgrading from an old CRT "tube" TV, the player is likely set for 4x3. Changing this output to 16x9 will increase picture quality, and also minimize the black bars on movies. Similar to the warning about 1080i in the previous paragraph, if the DVD player is set incorrectly you'll still get an image, but you'll either have black bars on the sides (and the top and bottom) or everyone will be stretched out and fat. Black bars at the top and bottom are normal on some movies, but unless you're watching an old TV show or an old black-and-white movie, bars on the sides are not.