When does intermittent fasting work best? Contrary to recent findings, new research says skipping breakfast is worse than skipping a pre-bedtime snack.
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COVID-19's disruptions to your routine or your livelihood make it more important than ever to get good sleep. Researchers have four tips for you.
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The brain's global signal fluctuation decreases as the day goes by, a study finds. Does time of day affect brain scans in research and medical testing?
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The discovery of why some people are extreme "morning larks" could lead to therapies for inherited sleep disorders and those due to shift work or jet lag.
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Altering people's circadian rhythms could help treat a range of conditions. New research on melatonin receptors may be the first step.
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If you've just had surgery, researchers have found that you may want to take anti-inflammatories in the morning or at noon, but not at night.
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Blue light early in the morning can aid the healing process for mild traumatic brain injury, potentially because it gets people on the right sleep schedule.
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"...our work in the monarch could have implications for better understanding seasonal changes in the human brain that could lead to ailments such as seasonal depression."
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Our biological clock helps guide our immune system's response to invaders like viruses and cancer, new research with mice indicates.
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