OSA

Size of your tongue and tonsils can be reason for trouble sleeping

The research found that oversized tonsils and tongue indentations, which are teeth imprints along the tongue that indicate it is too large for the mouth, placed people at high risk for OSA.

Former Indian diplomat Madhuri Gupta to be charged under OSA for leaking info to ISI: HC

Former Indian diplomat Madhuri Gupta, accused of leaking classified information to Pakistan's ISI, will be charged under the stringent provisions of the Official Secrets Act entailing a maximum punishment of upto 14 years, the Delhi High court on Tuesday said.

Depression? It could be just sleep apnea

Just having suicidal thoughts need not necessarily suggest that you are suffering from depression as researchers have found that such depressive symptoms are extremely common in people who have obstructive sleep apnea, (OSA), a common sleep disorder.

Hour-long daytime nap ups diabetes risk

While taking short naps may be good for your health, extending it to an hour or more significantly increases risk of developing diabetes, says a new study.

Navy war room leak case: Court warns Jail Superintendent

A Delhi court on Monday issued a strong warning to the Tihar Jail Superintendent for not producing arms dealer Abhishek Verma before it in the 2006 Naval War Room leak case in which he is facing trial along with others.

New insights into 'quantum physics' may soon offer 'fraud-proof' credit cards

A new research has suggested that fraud-proof credit cards are possible with quantum physics in an attempt to protect financial data and personal information from criminal activity.

How sleep apnoea damages your brain

People suffering from sleep apnoea have weaker brain blood flow that hurts the brain, says a study.

Charges framed against 6 in Naval war room leak case

Eight years after CBI filed the charge sheet in a case relating to leakage of information from Naval war room, a court on Thursday framed charges against Ravi Shankaran, Abhishek Varma and four other former senior defence officials under Official Secrets Act (OSA).

Did Delhi Police ignore OSA in NSCS syping case?

Was the sensitive National
Security Council Secretariat (NSCS) syping case of 2006
investigated by an under-ranked officer of the Special Cell of
Delhi Police?