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A new study at Vienna’s University of Veterinary Medicine shows how cells change according to daily rhythms, with significant consequences for your health It’s morning, you’ve had a solid night’s sleep, the sun is shining – and it’s Saturday, the start of a glorious summer weekend. So why are you feeling so blah? Blame your circadian rhythm. Light from laptops and smartphones, erratic...
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Science is coming to grips with a complex emotion that was once dismissed as sentimental or downright pathological. It was a way to survive: “We used our memories to temporarily alter our perception of the state we were in. It was not a solution. But the temporary change in perception allowed you to persevere just a bit longer,” a concentration...
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