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Your body has an internal clock that dictates when you eat, sleep and might have a heart attack – all based on time of day

By Shogo Sato, Assistant Professor of Biology, Texas A&M University
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Your body follows a circadian rhythm that influences everything from how well your medications work to the best time for exercise.The Conversation


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