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PMD expects mostly sunny and clear skies to prevail on Sunday in daytime and cold conditions in nighttime with no significant change in temperatures.
Azeem Khan, a trucker from Dir, said that NHA allowed them to use the tunnel at nighttime.
Joffe and her associates urged clinicians to screen women who report nighttime hot flashes and sleep interruption for mood disturbance.
First author William Anderegg, associate research scholar at Princeton's Environmental Institute, explains that he and his colleagues determined that warm nighttime temperatures lead plants to put more carbon into the atmosphere through a process known as respiration.
Around many major US cities, nighttime lights shine 20 to 50 percent brighter during Christmas and New Year's when compared to light output during the rest of the year, as seen in the satellite data.
Since nighttime transpiration is not coupled with photosynthesis, it contributes to decreased water-use efficiency.
Their nighttime sleep patterns and duration were determined while the children were in daycare and then again in the second semester of their first year in school.
Increased nighttime heat waves seem to be linked to increased nighttime humidity in the region, the study's authors said.
Assisted spa bathing conducted between 2:00 PM and 3:00 PM twice a week was changed to nighttime bathing between 6:00 PM and 7:00 PM twice a week.
Those restrictions led to a substantial increase in nighttime rotations for interns and second-and third-year residents.
Instead of going to bed, the Bedtime Light Show helps toddlers "glow to bed" with a simple three-step routine using the newly designed Pull-Ups NightTime training pants:
recently extended its successful children's cough and cold brand with the launch of Zarbee's Nighttime Cough and Sleep Drink.