Lunar cycle has distinct effect on sleep, study suggestsResearch finds people stay up later and sleep less before full moon, and do the opposite before new moon The moon, pictured in the sky over Valencia, Venezuela. Photograph: Juan Carlos Hernandez/Zuma Wire/Rex/Shutterstock
Yahoo Lifestyle Canada is committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. We may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page. Pricing and availability are subject to change.Kaia Gerber has traded in her stilettos for a pair of Uggs.The 19-year-old model has traded in her designer threads in favour of the ultimate loungewear uniform: leggings and a pair of comfy Uggs.Gerber was spotted in Los Angeles leaving an early morning workout class wearing a pair of the shearling lined Ultra Mini II Boots ($140 USD), a pair of Air Brush Leggings from celeb-approved brand, Alo Yoga and an oversized Aspen sweatshirt from Zizi Donohoe.ALSO SEE: Kate Spade's Surprise Sale is here just in time for Valentine's Day: Save up to 75% off on handbags, jewelry and moreUgg boots originated in the ‘70s a go-to for California beach bums has transcended surf culture to become a wardrobe staple for fall and winter fashions. The trend gained popularity in the ealry 2000s with nearly every Hollywood starlet and college co-ed owning at least one pair of the suede boots.However, all fashion is cyclical; and during a time filled with unexpected twists and turns, the return of the Ugg boot was one trend we definitely didn’t see coming.From Selena Gomez to Hilary Duff, Taylor Swift to Irina Shayk — some of the biggest trendsetters in the entertainment and fashion have been spotted in new and updated versions of Ugg boots.Looking for some Ugg styling inspiration? Scroll through our gallery to check out stars and influencers alike giving a masterclass in styling these comfortable footwear must-haves.Let us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @YahooStyleCA! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram and sign up for our newsletter.
We need more of the French "gentleman burglar" in our lives ASAP.
After the production of seasonal candies was suspended last year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, new Peeps in fun holiday shapes are returning to grocery store shelves in time for Easter on April 4.Just Born Quality Confections, the iconic candy's parent company, shut down two factories in Pennsylvania last March due to concerns over worker safety. Luckily for Peeps connoisseurs, the manufacturer revealed that all of its Easter marshmallow treats had already been "produced and shipped to retailers" at the time of the closure. (Related: Grocery Shortages To Expect in 2021, According to Experts.)Though limited production resumed in May, the company announced in September that it had made "the difficult decision" to forego production of its seasonal candies in order to meet "the expected overwhelming demand" for the Easter season in addition to everyday candies.Now, we're getting an official peep into the factory for confirmation that new yellow chicks are on their way to store shelves. And aren't they a sight for sore eyes?You won't have to wait much longer! Keep your PEEPers peeled 🎉🐥💛 pic.twitter.com/47TEKALL9Z— peepsbrand (@PEEPSBrand) January 15, 2021But there's more: The brand's Twitter account also posted videos of pink bunnies on the factory conveyor belt, meaning grocers are likely to have multiple shapes and colors to celebrate the upcoming spring and holiday seasons. Whether there will be as many new flavors as last year to jazz up our Easter baskets remains to be seen. Eat This, Not That! has reached out to Just Born for comment.HOP to it&get ready to express your #PEEPSONALITY! 🐰💕 pic.twitter.com/ZSj48HWkJS— peepsbrand (@PEEPSBrand) January 11, 2021In its September statement about what's next for Peeps, Just Born said to expect its other fluffy treats, including pumpkins and Christmas trees, to make a comeback in 2021. To get the latest grocery store news delivered right to your email inbox every day, sign up for our newsletter!
Dust off those shoulder pads, the 80s are here again.
Where is the oratory that this traumatised country needs now?The dreary official rhetoric of the pandemic leaves reader Susan Tomes wondering where the great speech-makers have gone Amanda Gorman recites her poem The Hill We Climb at the inauguration of Joe Biden. Photograph: Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images
It’s beginning to look a lot like ChristmasQuarantine hotels | Labour’s vision | Massage | Cartoons | Early start for yuletide A vintage Christmas card. Photograph: Alamy Stock Photo
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Now that COVID-19 has mutated and new, more transmissible variants—which may or may not be covered by the new COVID-19 vaccines—are spreading around the world, slowing the spread of the virus is more crucial than ever. In a new interview with NBCLX, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the chief medical advisor to the President and the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, revealed a few things you need to do now to stop the spread of the newest variants. "The bottom line, the mutations have occurred. We should take them very seriously," he stated. Read on to find out what you MUST do to stay safe—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus. 1 Get Vaccinated, Says Dr. Fauci Even if the COVID-19 vaccine doesn't protect against all the variants, it is just as crucial to get vaccinated when it's your turn. "What you don't want to do is throw your hands up and say, wait a minute, if it looks like it's negatively impacting the vaccine, why are we even vaccinating people? It's actually the opposite," Dr. Fauci said. "If you don't want the virus to evolve even more, what you want to do is you want to prevent the replication of the virus. And the easiest way to do that is to get as many people vaccinated as you possibly can. So seemingly almost paradoxically, this is a reason to really sit up and really make sure we get as many people vaccinated as possible." 2 Wear a Mask, Says Dr. Fauci Fauci also points out that we need to "double down on our public health measures to prevent transmission." The first? The "uniform wearing of masks." Fauci has repeatedly pointed out that it isn't enough for some of the country to wear masks—it needs to be done uniformly across the country. 3 Social Distance, Says Dr. Fauci Fauci also points out that "avoiding close contact" with others is still just as important—even if you have been vaccinated. Why? It is still unclear whether individuals who have been vaccinated and remain asymptomatic can still shed the virus, spreading it to others. 4 Avoid Congregate Settings, Says Dr. Fauci Since the virus is generally spread by asymptomatic people, congregate settings involving various people from different households have the potential to rapidly spread the virus. 5 Go Outdoors Over Indoors, Says Dr. Fauci Fauci points out that any time a group of people is together, indoor type situations are particularly risky. This has to do with lack of circulation in indoor settings, which makes it easier for infected particles to spread from one person to another. 6 Practice Good Hand Hygiene, Says Dr. Fauci "Washing your hands as much as you possibly can," is Fauci's final suggestion. Since the start of the pandemic the CDC has recommended regular hand washing as well as sanitizing, as both can effectively kill the virus if you come into contact with it. RELATED: If You Feel This, You May Have Already Had COVID, Says Dr. Fauci 7 Do Your Part So follow Fauci's fundamentals and help end this surge, no matter where you live—wear a face mask, social distance, avoid large crowds, don't go indoors with people you're not sheltering with (especially in bars), practice good hand hygiene, get vaccinated when it becomes available to you, and to protect your life and the lives of others, don't visit any of these 35 Places You're Most Likely to Catch COVID.
Kim Jones Fendi show: Kate Moss and daughter Lila grace catwalkDesigner’s first Fendi womenswear collection modelled by top names from Demi Moore to Naomi Campbell Kate Moss, left, with her daughter, Lila, model Fendi’s spring-summer 2021 collection in Paris. Photograph: Stéphane de Sakutin/AFP/Getty
For four years, American fashion and the presidency had a fractured relationship. The Biden-Harris administration is already working to change that.
She joined supermodels Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and Christy Turlington.
Nath Valvo: the 10 funniest things I have ever seen (on the internet)In our weekly series, funny people share the links that make them laugh online. For Nath Valvo, it’s impressions, pranks and Diane Keaton ‘I have almost finished the internet’: Nath Valvo. Photograph: TS Publicity
I find it difficult to be assertive. How can I change to become a more confident person?You can become more confident in much the same way you became less so: by honing your act, writes advice columnist Eleanor Gordon-Smith ‘Being confident is like any other skill: better when you’ve practised, and best trained before trying it in front of a crowd.’ Painting: The Finding of Moses (1665) by Elisabetta Sirani. Photograph: Album/Alamy
The Dry set to break Australian box office droughtAustralians are flocking to locally produced films as Hollywood puts the brakes on new releases Eric Bana in The Dry, a 2021 adaptation of Jane Harper’s best-selling novel. Photograph: Roadshow