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This new blood test can figure out what time it is inside your cells

There are tiny clocks inside you, and they're all out of whack.
many kinds of clocks and watches

The new test is much simpler than previously available methods.

Your body has a clock—and , that clock may not line up with the timing of the outside world. These circadian rhythms drive physical processes both big and small and can influence everything from how well we think to how—and when—we gain weight. That means a difference between internal and external time

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