Could resetting our internal clocks help control diabetes?

January 31, 2020
The circadian clock system allows the organisms to adjust to periodical changes of geophysical time. Today, increasing evidence show that disturbances in our internal clocks stemming from frequent time zone changes, irregular working schedules or ageing, have a significant impact on the development of metabolic diseases including type-2 diabetes. Using a molecule extracted from lemon peel, researchers at the University of Geneva and the University Hospitals of Geneva succeeded in 'repairing' the disrupted cellular clocks. Read more
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