New study says that late-night exercise could be promising

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Anita John

It was earlier warned that late-night exercise could not be good as it could lead to sleeplessness. But now an increasing number of studies have shown that late night exercise does not disrupt sleep like it was previously thought. The new study has been published on February 20, 2019 in…

Karl Lagerfeld to be cremated without a ceremony

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