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  1. NYT Break the cycle of insomnia HERO

    You can break the cycle of insomnia without the use of long term medication

    If you are not sleeping well these days, you're not alone.
  2. Stress HERO

    Headaches, dizziness and fatigue: What parents are feeling is more than just stress

    Experts say the stress of caregiving can lead to seemingly vague symptoms. Seeking help early is important.
  3. Suffering from a sore neck and shoulders? Try these soothing spa treatments

    Suffering from a sore neck and shoulders? Try these soothing spa treatments

    Besides stretching regularly at your desk and having the right posture, these heat-based massages from Auriga Spa, Banyan Tree Spa, Spa Esprit and ...
  4. Premier League - Fulham v Arsenal

    Fulham boss Parker stresses need for more signings after Arsenal loss

    Scott Parker believes his newly promoted Fulham need to dip into the transfer market to strengthen their squad as they look to avoid dropping ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: The ticker symbol for Fitbit is displayed at the post where it is traded  on the floor

    Fitbit unveils stress-tracking smartwatch with Google deal pending

    Fitbit Inc on Tuesday unveiled a fitness tracker and two smartwatches, including one that purports to help monitor users' stress levels, as the ...
  6. FILE PHOTO:  The logo of the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) sits outside

    Saudi Arabia, Iraq stress full commitment to OPEC+ deal

    Saudi Arabia and Iraq have stressed their full commitment to the OPEC+ deal, Iraqi state news agency said on Friday.
  7. woman phone laptop

    Commentary: Tired of staring at screens? Here’s how to avoid tech overload while stuck at home

    Reduced screen time sharpens our concentration and allows us to complete tasks more efficiently, say observers.
  8. student laptop

    Commentary: Forget work-life balance. It’s all about integration in the age of coronavirus

    The idea of work-life balance seems outdated in a COVD-19 world, say two Swinburne University of Technology observers.
  9. Make stress work for you

    Stressed out over COVID-19? Here’s how to make stress work in your favour

    Trying to utilise our stress during this scary time might sound overly optimistic or even unfeasible. But failing to embrace our stress only ...
  10. Man looking at the computer screen with head rested on hand.

    Commentary: Buried under a bursting inbox? It’s time to stop our problematic email habits

    Bad email habits like unnecessary exchanges and spamming recipients who need not be involved are leading to poor work outcomes, say Carys Chan.