Rise in temperatures at night may up risk of death by six times: Study

10 August,2022 04:46 PM IST |  New Delhi  |  IANS

Ambient heat during the night may interrupt the normal physiology of sleep, and less sleep can lead to immune system damage and a higher risk of cardiovascular disease, chronic illnesses, inflammation and mental health conditions, said the study published in The Lancet Planetary Health

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