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Articles related to circadian rhythm

Browse: Stomach Responds to Time of Day
Nerves in the stomach alter the amount we can eat without feeling full depending on the time of day.
Child under anaesthesia
Feature: Thief of Time
General anaesthesia alters our perception of time by shifting the expression of clock genes to a new time zone, leading to chemically induced jet lag.
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Feature: The Importance of Meal Times on Weight Loss
Our modern 24/7 appetite is disrupting natural gastric signalling oscillations to the brain. Restricting meal times could help weight loss and maintenance, particularly among shiftworkers.
Neuropsy: Rise and Shine, Soldier!
Army research suggests that the timing of your caffeine hit is more important than the amount consumed.