Could chronic jet lag increase your risk of cancer? Study on circadian rhythm finds a link between body clock disruption and how tumors form

Could chronic jet lag increase your risk of cancer? Study on circadian rhythm finds a link between body clock disruption and how tumors form
(Natural News) If you travel a lot, you may be in trouble — according to research, people who repeatedly experience jet lag have an increased likelihood of developing cancer. The results stated by the study could be attributed to our body’s “circadian clock,” which governs our everyday cycle and is synchronized with solar time. However,…
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