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  1. Sleep

    Commentary: Why some night owls are flourishing during this work-from-home era

    What revenge bedtime procrastination and coronasomnia? Nocturnal types are finally living their best lives with the flexible hours that working ...
  2. Woman in bed who can't sleep

    Commentary: Revenge bedtime procrastination in Singapore is coming at a cost

    Many people feel the strong need to reclaim time for themselves, freeing themselves from the constant demands of their jobs, before sleep. But ...
  3. Special: COVID by numbers
    Media playtime

    Why It Matters Special: COVID By Numbers

    From e-commerce scams, to cancer diagnoses, to cosmetic enhancements, to even the occurrences of damaged teeth – the pandemic has changed us in ...
  4. Woman sleeping and holding glasses

    Commentary: Does it really get harder to sleep after a certain age?

    A good night’s rest is proving more elusive than ever due to multiple factors, says a sleep expert.
  5. Man asleep on desk in front of laptop

    Nearly 6 in 10 Singaporeans aren’t sleeping well because of COVID-19, study confirms

    This World Sleep Day (Mar 19), find out how we ranked in a global study during COVID-19 times – and what we desperately Googled to try and catch ...
  6. Sleep apnea Reading

    Commentary: We’re sleeping more since the pandemic, but we aren’t feeling rested

    Good sleep is not just about quantity, but also quality, say sleep scientists.
  7. Photo of a person working in bed

    Feeling lazy to get up? Why working from bed might actually be great for you

    Turns out, the bedroom can help fuel creative thinking – and it didn’t just start with the pandemic. Some of history’s most accomplished people, ...
  8. NYT illo for foods that affect sleep

    How foods may affect our sleep – and what you should be eating for dinner

    A growing body of research suggests that the foods you eat can affect how well you sleep, and your sleep patterns can affect your dietary choices.