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Concern over rise in sleep apnoea among Kolkata kids
One in 4 children suffer from related problems, says doctor...
By Jayanta Basu in Kolkata
Sleep well before and after vaccine jab
The researchers found that people who had less than six hours’ sleep around their vaccination date produced fewer antibodies than those who slept seven hours or longer...
By G.S. Mudur in New Delhi
Why sleep is so important for fitness
Many of the world’s best athletes say sleep is an essential part of their training routine and key in helping them to perform well...
By PTI in Nottingham
Up, up and away
The columnist answers your health queries in her weekly column Your Health...
By Dr Gita Mathai
Why you are always tired?
Deficiency of Vitamin D is a global problem which may be affecting almost half the population...
By Gautam Mukhopadhyay
While some people are genetically prone to staying up late, a new morning routine can help shift your sleep clock...
By Anahad O’Connor
Should sleeping on the job be normalised?
Readers write in from Calcutta, Mumbai, Sholavandan, Nadia and Hooghly...
By The Editorial Board
Noise and air pollution triggering sleep disorders in Kolkatans, say doctors
“Severe noise pollution, particularly episodes of sudden high-pitched noise at night is playing havoc with the sleep pattern of city residents"...
By The Plurals News Network
Improve your sleep cycle with these tips from Fitbit
Smartwatches can allow you to study your sleep patterns in great detail or survey your level through a one-to-100 score...
By Mathures Paul
Our sleep schedules may be messed up, but our meme game is not
On World Sleep Day, some sleep memes that have us laughing and nodding our heads in agreement...
By Upasya Bhowal
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