National Nurses Week: Understanding Struggles and Solutions

For National Nurses Week, it’s crucial to spotlight these dedicated professionals who sacrifice their well-being and disrupt their routines to ensure continuous patient care.  Over the years, we’ve spoken to many shift workers in the healthcare industry about their experiences working nights. Many of the insights we’ve gathered align closely with findings from our 2023 …

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Benefits of Time Restricted Eating

3 Benefits of Time-Restricted Eating for Shift Workers

Shift work can add a layer of complexity to your daily routine, setting you apart from the typical 9-to-5 crowd. Daily activities, like when to eat, can become a question that you don’t have time to answer. That’s where the magic of circadian science comes in. Increasingly, it looks like shift workers can do better …

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Circadian Medicine

Exploring Circadian Medicine: A Conversation with Dr. Marc Ruben

In the realm of medical research, the study of circadian rhythms has gained increasing attention in recent years. Dr. Marc Ruben, a postdoctoral researcher at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, is at the forefront of this exciting field. In a candid and insightful interview, Dr. Ruben discusses his work, insights, and the potential impact of circadian medicine …

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Chronomedicine and Immunity: How Circadian Rhythms Impact Our Bodies’ Immune Systems

Cold and flu season are starting in the southern hemisphere, while allergy season is in full swing in the global north. Both of these are linked to our immune systems, which are built out of many different organs, hormones, and free-roaming, invader-killing cells such as T-cells. Because infection can happen anywhere, our immune systems interact …

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