Brainstorming time

May 4, 2007

Researchers have for the first time identified a part of the brain that coordinates the annual biological clock that affects how we deal with seasonal change.

The research, from Edinburgh University, will help our understanding of the causes and consequences of seasonal affective disorder, the metabolic mechanisms that makes us put on weight and the physiological changes that occur when we fly across time zones into different seasons.

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