Humans have clock genes that make the body tick like a well-oiled machine. Learn about your circadian rhythm and how it affects your health and disease risks.

Plants, fungi, animals and humans all have circadian rhythms. These internal clocks organise the processes that enable life like storing energy, transporting oxygen, evacuating byproducts of metabolism and much more.
2017
Circadian rhythm research gets Nobel Prize

In this article, we'll explore this Nobel Prize-winning field and explain how it works. Then we'll delve into what happens when you live out of sync with your circadian clock and why it can have devastating consequences for your health.