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Sep 17, 2017
Railways reduces sleeping time in train by one hour between 10 pm to 6 am to avoid passenger quarrelsAccording to a circular issued by the Railway Board on 31 August, the passengers alloted to the lower berths in the reserved coaches can only sleep between 10 pm and 6 am
Jul 30, 2017
Blue light emitted from digital devices might cause sleep dysfunction: ResearchBlue light emitted from digital devices may affect your sleep and cause sleep dysfunction, researchers have found.
Jul 11, 2017
Sleeping is a new business as apps and gadgets compete in the market to provide good sleepMass-market retailers like Best Buy are offering simpler ideas like the effect different lighting can have on falling sleep.
Jun 04, 2017
New disposable diagnostic patch may help you sleep betterDisposable diagnostic patch that effectively detects obstructive sleep apnoea across all severity levels may help you get a good sleep.
Jun 02, 2017
Fitbit validates its accuracy of tracking sleep stages, study shows women sleep longer than menWomen sleep an average of 25 more minutes a night than men and have a higher percentage of REM sleep.
May 28, 2017
Sleeping less than 6 hours doubles death risk for people with diabetes, obesity and high blood pressureFailing to sleep less than six hours may nearly double the risk of death in people with metabolic syndrome — a combination of diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity, researchers have warned.
Apr 02, 2017
Chronic lack of sleep more harmful for youth, may lead to bone lossA shift-based job or frequent travelling that causes jet lag poses a continuous restriction on good sleep as well as disruptions in the internal body clock, and might be an unrecognised factor for bone loss in young men, researchers say.
Mar 16, 2017
Snow White to Jasmine, a feminist ranking of best Disney princesses: Throwback ThursdayWith Beauty and The Beast releasing tomorrow, here's looking at the best Disney movies - from the least to most feminist portrayal of their princesses.
Mar 13, 2017
Fastrack launches 'Fastrack Reflex', a wearable aimed at youth for Rs 1,995Fastrack, a youth-oriented brand by Titan has launched a new wearable in the market today. 'Fastrack Reflex', the new wearable by the company is aimed at the youth with its affordable price and design.
Mar 09, 2017
East India Comedy's Fairy Fails: Check out these princesses who smash patriarchyIn EIC's Fairy Fails, three princesses school a mother on why fairy tales are harmful.