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Even caregivers need care and attention

Caregiving can often be exhausting and depressing. So remember to take time out and care for yourself as well.

Are you getting your free vitamin D from the sun?

Among many other functions, exposure to the sun is crucial for a good night’s sleep.

Perfecting the process of sleep

Consume tryptophan and carbs, watch your metabolism with Vitamin B6 and be mindful of Taurine and Glycine production.

3 sure fire ways to sleep like a King (or Queen)

Exercise, drenching your bedroom with the right amount of light and timing when you sleep are important to getting a good night’s sleep.

5 reasons why a good night’s sleep is so important

It requires a good night’s sleep for your brain and body to rebuild and reboot.

Common assumptions about sleep can compromise good health

Claims of people needing just five hours of sleep a night and still being perfectly healthy was one of the top myths the team was able to debunk with scientific evidence.

Morning lark? Night owl? Blame it on your genes

A new study found that significantly more genetic factors are tied to when people sleep and wake than previously known.

Screen usage in the dark before bedtime linked with less sleep...

Researchers found that using screens at night is consistently associated with poor sleep quality and insufficient sleep.

Working out in the evening doesn’t disrupt sleep, says new study

The findings showed that moderate exercise in the evening did not cause sleep problems in any of the studies examined.

There’s a right amount of sleep for a lower risk of...

How much we sleep could be associated with our risk of cardiovascular disease and death according to new research.

Helping your kid fight his fear of monsters

While nightmares and fear of the dark are common among some kids, there are many gentle yet effective ways of helping them overcome it.

World Heart Day 2018: Five ways to improve heart health

Here's some research detailing that certain lifestyle changes can help reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease and improve heart health.

Too much screen time, too little horseplay for kids

PARIS: Only one in 20 kids in the United States meets guidelines on sleep, exercise and screen time, and nearly a third are outside...

Babies who sleep in parents’ bedroom could benefit from improved sleep

Allowing babies to sleep in the parental bedroom for the first six months of life could have a positive effect on their sleep and behaviour later in childhood.

Keeping a regular sleep pattern may be good for heart health

Participants with irregular sleep patterns were more likely to be obese, had higher blood sugar, higher blood pressure, and risk of having a heart attack or stroke.

Simple blood test may reveal your body’s inner clock

3 US geneticists won the Nobel Prize for Medicine last year for discovering the molecules that drive the process.

More or less than six to eight hours sleep a night...

European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Congress 2018 has suggested that around six to eight hours sleep a night could be ideal for maintaining good health

How to be a cool business traveller

Here are some valuable tips to keep you looking sharp and prepared for any possibility even as you're jet-setting across the region on business.

Sleeping over 8 hours a night may be harmful for health

More than eight hours of shut-eye is associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease and death, compared to sleeping less than seven hours.

Effective evening routines that make all the difference

Stressed out during the day and wake up unrested the next morning? Here are amazingly easy ways to unwind and stay rested and rejuvenated.

Study suggests weaning babies sooner onto solids can aid sleep

Babies who are given solid foods, as well as breast milk from the age of three months, show signs of sleeping better than infants fed only with milk until they are six months old.

5 truths about achieving the perfect work-life balance

If you manage your time wisely, it is possible to be highly productive while also getting enough time to rest and relax any way you choose.

Teens’ sleep quantity and quality may affect their cardiovascular risk

New US research has found that the quantity and quality of teenagers' sleep could have a significant effect on aspects of cardiovascular health such as blood pressure, cholesterol levels and abdominal fat.

12 signs your hormones are imbalanced

Whether you're a man or a woman, suffering from mood swings, depression, chronic acne or memory fog could very well mean your hormones are out of whack.