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In the days after daylight saving time starts, our biological clocks are a little bit off.Daylight saving time begins Sunday: 8 things to know about “springing forward”|Brian Resnick|March 12, 2021|Vox
The gradual shortening of days until the winter solstice messes up our circadian rhythm, the biological clock that takes note of daylight hours and regulates sleep, appetite, body temperature, heart rate and hormone production.
Bryn Woznicki, a 33-year-old filmmaker who lives in Los Angeles, has always known she wants to be a mother, “but every year,” she says, “it’s a ticking time bomb working against your biological clock.”Data Show More Women Are Freezing Their Eggs During the Pandemic, Defying Doctors’ Expectations|Eliana Dockterman|January 13, 2021|Time
In shift workers, researchers want to test the impact of resetting their biological clocks to a standard day-night schedule.‘A Rinsing of the Brain.’ New Research Shows How Sleep Could Ward Off Alzheimer's Disease|Alice Park|August 6, 2020|Time
The signals that melanopsin ganglion cells send here help regulate the body’s master biological clock.
France 24 is providing live, round-the-clock coverage of both scenes as they progress.
Eating disorders, on the other hand, are driven largely by biological processes that occur on the inside.How Skinny Is Too Skinny? Israel Bans ‘Underweight’ Models|Carrie Arnold|January 8, 2015|DAILY BEAST
We also have a growing body of biological research showing that fathers, like mothers, are hard-wired to care for children.
Gender roles exceed the biological circumstances of childbirth and they are, perhaps, much less likely to change.
Her adopted daughter tried to suffocate a younger biological sibling.
The night wore on, and the clock downstairs was striking the hour of two when she suddenly awakened.The Homesteader|Oscar Micheaux
The clock struck ten, and clerks poured in faster than ever, each one in a greater perspiration than his predecessor.The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club, v. 2(of 2)|Charles Dickens
As it came near, it proved to be the clock, with a sail hoisted, and the Goblin sitting complacently in the stern.Davy and The Goblin|Charles E. Carryl
A clock was put above the spot where the fountain stood, in April, 1852, which cost £60.
The tower has four clock faces, pinnacles at the angles, and a steep slate roof and is 120 feet high.
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The innate rhythm of behavior and body activity in living things. A twenty-four-hour cycle of body activity, which operates in some organisms, is called the circadian rhythm.