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Anisha Kalidindi

Molecular Biology

Ohio State University

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Your brain adjusts your body's clock according to all the colors of the rainbow

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Springing forward for daylight saving time means less blue light, but also light contrasts

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Daylight saving time is bad for your health

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We should go to year-round standard time, as the sun intended

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Not an early bird? Don't worry — afternoon workouts could be better for your health

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New research found that afternoon exercise provides greater health benefits for some people than a morning workout

Rats love hide and seek

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Studying play in animals could allow scientists to answer important questions about decision making, social behavior, and even theory of mind.

"You are when you eat" may be just as true as "you are what you eat"

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Time-restricted feeding keeps mice healthy, even when their circadian rhythms are disrupted

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Your morning walk, no matter how far, can help you live longer

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Science says it's okay if you only get 15 minutes of exercise per day (but the more the better)

Luke Whitcomb

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A new shortcut skips stem cells completely, converts skin cells into photoreceptors

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This method, which uses a handful of small molecule drugs, is a time-saver compared to stem cell therapy

Claudia López Lloreda

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While you sleep, specialized neurons in your brain help you forget

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Forgetting has long been considered a passive process in the brain, but new research puts that idea to bed

Kamila Kourbanova

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