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Science Bulletins: Bipolar Disorder and the Body Clock

Many body processes operate on 24-hour cycles called circadian rhythms. Triggered by the environmental cue of daylight, circadian rhythms are complex series of biological functions involving the eyes, brain, and genes that control these organs. Scientists are discovering that a number of disorders such as depression, bipolar disorder, and some sleep disorders are associated with irregular functioning of body clock pathways.
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