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- You’re likelier to get a heart attack or suffer a stroke in the morning!
Researchers have found that the internal body clock may contribute to the morning peak in heart attacks and ischemic strokes. Corresponding author
- You’re likelier to get a heart attack in the morning!
A scientist has claimed that there’s evidence to suggest people are likelier to suffer from a heart attack between 6 to 10 AM. The reason for this
- Gene linked to longevity also regulates body`s circadian clock
Washington, June 21 (ANI): A new study from MIT has shown that a gene called SIRT1, previously shown to protect against diseases of ageing, plays a
- Why Thomas Edison is responsible for the global obesity epidemic
The light bulb may have been a boon bestowed by Thomas Edison, but he would never have imagined its contribution to the global obesity epidemic. By
- Lack of sleep may affect the quality of your work
We all know that 8 hours of sleep is essential to a healthy body. Researchers have now discovered that without those essential 8 hours, the way you
- Night workers likelier to have heart attacks?
Shift work can dramatically increase the risk of heart attacks and strokes, warn researchers. A study of two million people found shift workers are
- Are Monday morning blues a form of social jet lag?
Seems like scientists have figured out why getting out of your bed on Mondays is such a Herculean task. You're suffering from social jet lag! The
- Going against your body clock will make you obese!
The mismatch between the body's internal clock and our daily schedules not only make us sleepy, but it also contributes to the growing tide of