San Diego Scientists Discover Gene That Wakes You Up
Monday, October 3, 2011
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If you are among the many people who wake up each morning a little before your alarm clock rings, have you ever wondered why? What is it that triggers us to wake up on our own?
Researchers at the Salk Institute say they have found the gene that wakes us up. The reason that's important is that some chronic sleep disorders and diseases are linked to fragmented biological clocks.
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