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Sleeping late may increase risk of asthma, allergies in teenagers, claims study conducted in India
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Sleeping late may increase risk of asthma, allergies in teenagers, claims study conducted in India

Multiple studies have established that sleep is important to maintain good respiratory health, among other bodily functions.

Disruptions in circadian rhythms not only cause sleep disorders, but could also put you at risk of these five health conditions
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Disruptions in circadian rhythms not only cause sleep disorders, but could also put you at risk of these five health conditions

Prolonged and habitual disruptions in circadian rhythms can affect your immune function, metabolism, cognitive abilities and social as well as occupational behaviour in a big way

Our skin can keep track of time without any help from the brain, study suggests
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Our skin can keep track of time without any help from the brain, study suggests

Octopuses, chameleon can change their skin's colour based on their environment because of photoreceptors in their skin.

New kind of cell in the eye that perceives brightness discovered by researchers
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New kind of cell in the eye that perceives brightness discovered by researchers

These cells don't directly help us 'see' the world around us, their role is more in "sensing" light intensity.

Whether you're a morning lark or a night owl depending on your genes, study finds
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Whether you're a morning lark or a night owl depending on your genes, study finds

The study looks at different genes in sleep & wake, the brain's response to light & internal clocks.

India’s official timekeeper suggests the country needs two separate time zones
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India’s official timekeeper suggests the country needs two separate time zones

Two time zones will help because in the Northeast, the sun rises and sets ahead of the IST.

Blue light emitted from digital devices might cause sleep dysfunction: Research
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Blue light emitted from digital devices might cause sleep dysfunction: Research

Blue light emitted from digital devices may affect your sleep and cause sleep dysfunction, researchers have found.