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A comprehensive and fascinating book about the last few decades of chronobiological research.
Asthma is most prevalent at night; medicine for it would be best taken in higher doses at nighttime, rather than every eight hours.
The pair who wrote the book are a leading researcher in the field and a professional science writer.
I had to buy this book once for a class at UMDNJ it's actually very interesting and informative I do recommend itPublished 14 days ago by Matt
Excellent survey of chronobiology science. The work is lucidly written and entertaining.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
As the cover says; About the biological clocks that control the daily lives of every little thing. A fascinating book. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
Let me begin with a comprehensive ditto to the words of reviewer R. Hardy "Rob Hardy." I could cut and paste his words here and go away satisfied that I had done my job. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Madelyn Griffith-Haynie
This is a great book on the biological rhythms of life. I really enjoyed the content of the book and understand how we humans are so connected with the earth.Published 19 months ago by Michael Douglas Neely
I've long believed there's a lot to be learned by observing and appreciating the natural rhythms of the body. Read morePublished 19 months ago by JTMaustin
I had bought this book because the author had written a number of interesting editorials in the New York Times (or at least the version I read, the International Herald Tribune),... Read morePublished on March 10, 2010 by Bernard Kwan