The time a person eats breakfast, lunch and dinner could reset at least one of the body's peripheral clocks.
A new study suggests that viruses are more dangerous if the infection occurs in the early hours of the day.
It is well known that brightness drives our circadian rhythms, but for the first time new research shows that the body's internal clock also depends on the color of light to measure the time of day.
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