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Disruption of circadian clock linked to obesity, diabetes and heart attacks

Disruption in the body?s circadian rhythm can lead not only to obesity, but can also increase the risk of diabetes and heart disease. That is the conclusion of the first study to show definitively that insulin activity is controlled by the body?s circadian biological clock.
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