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In the era of computers and smartphones, it is hard to imagine a task that hasnt been made easier by some sort of technology.

In the era of computers and smartphones, it is hard to imagine a task that hasnt been made easier by some sort of technology. You all may know how harmful the blue light emitted by computers, smartphones, tablets, televisions, and other electronics is for your eyes. Since the inception of the pandemic, the use of these electronic devices has increased, and we all know it can have multiple undesirable effects on the eye.
Dark circles are formed mostly due to the reflection of the dark maroon underlying orbicularis oculi, a circular muscle around our eye. The dark pigmentation gives you an exhausted look which makes you seem sick or sleep-deprived. The skin around the eye is the thinnest, results in reflection of the said dark maroon underlying orbicularis oculi. The artificial light from the screen of your electronic devices causes a lot of drying, as it steals the moisture from the skin and also causes a breakdown of collagen

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Norman Macdonald appears at KAABOO 2017 in San Diego, Sept. 16, 2017

NEW YORK - Comedian Norm Macdonald, a former "Saturday Night Live" writer and performer who was "Weekend Update" host when former U.S. President Bill Clinton and O.J. Simpson provided comic fodder during the 1990s, has died.

Macdonald, who was 61, died Tuesday after having cancer for nine years but kept it private, according to Brillstein Entertainment Partners, his management firm in Los Angeles.

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Amanda Gorman attends the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute benefit gala celebrating the opening of "In America": A Lexicon of Fashion".

NEW YORK - Billie Eilish went full glam in a huge peach ball gown at the pandemic-delayed Met Gala on Monday night, while fellow host of the evening Amanda Gorman was breathtaking in blue custom Vera Wang with a diamond laurel wreath in her hair.

Co-host Timothée Chalamet raced onto Fifth Avenue to take selfies with fans before walking up the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art for his entrance after a marching band and gymnast kicked off the long-awaited evening. Last year's gala was canceled due to the pandemic.

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Denim pants hanging at a display

When cotton pants no longer worked as a durable enough fabric, the French decided to create a different kind of weave: a twill weave that includes one blue thread and one white thread. This came to be known as the infamous denim.

The denim is named after Serge de Nimes, a small town in France, where this fabric is believed to have originated. The actual reason for its origin is speculated. Some believe that it was made for the miners, and that it was made during the California gold rush (1800s), when thousands of men came to America, to find treasure in the rocky sands.

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