Health / Wellness / Sleep / Circadian Research
We are essentially distillers of information you can make use in your daily life. In the 10 categories you will find 4,000+ up-to-date, unbiased, scientific research articles organized into 12 easily searchable health & wellness categories. In many cases, these are exciting, ground-breaking studies that deserve far more public attention.
With little or no mainstream news coverage, there are few ways for the general public to stay up on these recent scientific discoveries over the past decade from top universities and research institutions across the entire globe.
Our focus includes circadian and brain science, nutrition, exercise, memory, aging, psychoactive research, physiological and neurologic well-being.
This research can help lead you and your friends and family toward better sleep, less stress and better overall brain and body health. Our goal is to help you attain an improvement in quality-of-life through access to knowledge from the finest, most reputable resources available. To ensure accuracy, every article has a link to its original source material.
Occasionally, we receive high-quality articles from outside contributors (<0.1%). We review each article for accuracy before acceptance. Independent contributed articles are so noted.
Articles are in chronological order, with occasional exceptions.
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From left to right: Nicholas DiPatrizio, Meera Nair, and Adler Dillman. Credit: I. Pittalwala, UC Riverside.