We start out with moncloth making waveses as the first to take an anti-airbrushing campaign. They won't remove or enhance any physical features on models in advertisements and if it turns out the... See More
We start out with moncloth making waveses as the first to take an anti-airbrushing campaign. They won't remove or enhance any physical features on models in advertisements and if it turns out the models have been photoshopped they have agreed to label the images. Here's what they're saying. We all deserve to know the truth. This is really catching on. I think it's a great idea. I love it. I can't imagine anyone having a problem with this. Like how could this be wrong? It's perfect. If you take a picture of me feel free to airbrush it. I'll be happy to put a disclaimer down. I think in advertising it is great. This is what a body looks like. Agreed. Agreed. Agreed. Okay. Also in our "Heat index," a new app that could help you skip those long lines and fly through the airport. No pun intended. Okay, yes, it was intended. It's called mobile passport and it lets you bypass endless lines that long passport control, go through customs all virtually. All you have to do is fill out a profile. Take a selfie and submit it -- your info straight to U.S. Customs via the app. Getting a trial run in Atlanta right now as you're nodding yes. Just there. It's expected to roll out towards the end of the year. What do you think? I'm in. Yeah, absolutely. 100%. Anything that takes a little bit of 9 stress. Especially when you have your kids in tow as we all know. Also coming up in our "Heat index" one of the top stories from "New York" magazine's website sharing the secret to falling asleep faster and sleeping better. This one I'm having a tough time agreeing with. They say keeping a foot or both feet outside of your blanket -- I do that. Before you fall asleep. It's true. I want to burrow in before -- that if your body temperature starts to drop and in the deepest stages of your sleep your body is at its coolest so some scientists believe the cooler temperatures cause the sleepiness and your feet are especially designed to help you dissipate body heat but it's funny because I -- I'm with you. I put my hands under the pillow and wrap myself in a cocoon. I do that too but the one foot -- To go to sleep I have to -- All of us, it's worth a try. You'll see a lot of feet
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