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Yes, The Pandemic Is Causing You To Have Poorer Sleep, According To Study

Image via Shutterstock It’s true that people are using the COVID-19 lockdown to sleep in a little more, but new research indicates that it doesn’t mean it’s quality slumber. A new study published by Switzerland’s University of Basel in the Current Biology journal suggests that people are clocking in an average of 15 minutes of extra sleep per night—but this is not to say their sleep has improved. Observing 435 participants from Austria, Germany and Switzerland between mid-March and April, when lockdowns were most severe, the team found that spending most of their days indoors has influenced people to change their sleep schedules to accommodate their biological rhythms. This means people are both turning in and awakening later, such that...

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Rita Ora Deletes & Reposts Thirst Trap Photo After Fans Spotted Photoshop Fail

Image via Tom Rose / Shutterstock.com Do you need help editing photos, Rita Ora? Fans of the singer found her latest sexy snap a little odd as it featured a bent window in the background. Ora shared selfies of herself in a white sports bra and mauve leggings after a workout session, captioning the post, “Keep moving.” However, followers of the singer noticed a supposed Photoshop fail that revealed a curved window next to Ora’s hip area, and called her out immediately. Ora was swift to correct the mishap and deleted the post. She then re-uploaded a version with the window unretouched and appearing straight. “LMFAO, she really did fix the Photoshop and reposted,” a fan commented under the new...

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Vogue Italia Replaces Cover Models With Drawings By Children In Lockdown

Image via Vogue Italia Taking a respite from featuring celebrities and models on its covers, Vogue Italia has commissioned children to create art to front its magazine for the first time in 55 years. The unexpected, special-edition covers portray “Our New World” which not only affects adults but also children, who are “the most overlooked and least obvious victims of the pandemic,” described editor Emanuele Farneti. 100 children aged two to 10 were invited to “redesign” the magazine cover with in-vogue looks, and eight illustrations were handpicked to create eight different covers. The selected artworks were created by four-year-old Thomas from New York, five-year-old Nori from Amsterdam, six-year-old Tadzio from Paris, five-year-old Violetta from Milan, two-year-old Camilla from Dakar, five-year-old...

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