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Working outside 9-to-5 shift? You are more likely to be overweight, face sleep issues

May 18, 2015

Working outside 9-to-5 shift? You are more likely to be overweight, face sleep issues

Employees who work shifts outside of a 9-to-5 schedule are more likely to be overweight, experience sleep problems, and are also at higher risk of developing metabolic disorders, such as diabetes, scientists have found. #NewsTracker #Sleep #Overweight #University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health #Marjory Givens #Survey of the Health of Wisconsin
Wait, what? North Korea defence minister executed for dozing, talking back to Kim Jong Un

May 13, 2015

Wait, what? North Korea defence minister executed for dozing, talking back to Kim Jong Un

North Korean Defence Minister Hyon Yong-Chol has been executed by anti-aircraft fire for disloyalty and showing disrespect to leader Kim Jong-Un, South Korea's intelligence agency said on Wednesday. #NewsTracker #BeatThis #Defence minister #North Korea #Kim Jong-un #Sleeping #executed #dozed off
Police caught sleeping on hospital beds while patients sleep on floor in Moradabad

May 05, 2015

Police caught sleeping on hospital beds while patients sleep on floor in Moradabad

Policemen was caught on camera sleeping on hospital beds while patients slept on the floor in Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh #Uttar Pradesh #India #NewsTracker #Moradabad #hospital #police sleeping
Desperate Nepalese sleep in open as aftershocks spread fear

Apr 27, 2015

Desperate Nepalese sleep in open as aftershocks spread fear

KATHMANDU (Reuters) - Thousands of desperate Nepalese spent a second night in the open in the early hours of Monday, unable to return to homes either flattened by Saturday's devastating earthquake or at risk of collapsing in a series of powerful aftershocks. #NewsTracker #Nepal #earthquake #Kathmandu #Fear #aftershocks #shocks #sleep open
Now, BSF takes to yoga to help troops with stress, anxiety and sleep deprivation

Apr 08, 2015

Now, BSF takes to yoga to help troops with stress, anxiety and sleep deprivation

With "sleep deprivation" due to hard duties remaining a continuous irritant for the troops of country's largest border guarding force BSF, the paramilitary has launched a string of yoga classes and stress management sessions for its men and women in combat. #Jammu and Kashmir #didyouknow #Yoga #stress #Sleep deprivation #BSF troops #Brahma Kumaris