A new study established a link between biological clock disruptions and increased risk for mental health issues. People with increased nighttime activity, decreased daytime activity, or both were more likely to have symptoms of major depression or bipolar disorder.
Healthy Living/Wellness May 16, 2018
Night owls have a greater risk of dying earlier than the morning larks likely due to the health impacts of living in the morning lark world. Does it mean that evening type people are doomed?
Healthy Living/Wellness April 12, 2018
Students whose circadian rhythms are not in sync with their class schedules are more likely to have lower grades. Which students are most vulnerable to the effects of class-induced jet lags?
Feature | Health March 30, 2018
Flashing-light therapy makes it easier for the body's biological clock to transition to new time zone helping prevent jet lag. The method can help travelers and night-shift workers who need to adjust their circadian clock.
Life February 9, 2016
Not sleeping right? It may have to do with the light you’re being exposed to. Reset your body clock and start sleeping better soon with these tips.
Internet Culture April 20, 2015
DNA not only determines specific characteristics in a person but may also be indicative of how long an individual will live, based on a biological clock.
Life January 31, 2015