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Tick tock: Study links body clock to mood disorders

Messing with the natural rhythm of one s internal clock may boost the risk of developing mood problems ranging from garden-variety loneliness to severe depression and bipolar disorder, researchers said Wednesday. The largest study of its kind, involving more than 91,000 people, also linked interference with the body s circadian rhythm to a decline in cognitive functions such as memory and attention span. The brain s hard-wired circadian timekeeper governs day-night cycles, influencing sleep patterns,

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