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Satchin Panda
Professor at Salk Institute. Author of the book, THE CIRCADIAN CODE (). Learn more at
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Satchin Panda Jun 14
Interesting to see this article by on intermittent fasting. One does not have to skip breakfast and 16 h fasting is not the only way to practice IF or . Ten hours eating and 14 h fasting also produces many health benefits.
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Satchin Panda Jun 1
The pandemic has given some people insomnia, while others report sleeping better. Both camps are experiencing vivid dreams. via
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Satchin Panda Apr 28
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Here are the scientists influencing some of the policies to stop COVID-19
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Satchin Panda Apr 28
Four-waves approach to win COVID-19 was outlined by this group of scientists.
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Satchin Panda Apr 28
Excited to see 2017 Nobel Laureate and Circadian Scientist Michael Rosbash, being part of this Manhattan project for COVID-19 via
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Satchin Panda Apr 27
Considering Trying Melatonin for Sleep? Here’s a Guide to Help
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Satchin Panda Apr 23
A pilot randomized control trial by Dr. Lisa Chow of U. Minnesota using app of shows can reduce body weight and reduce the risk for metabolic disease among overweight people.
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Samer Hattar Apr 22
I am delighted to present this really amazing work by , Ruchi Komal and colleagues showing that the retina and specifically ipRGCs play a role in the entrainment to time-restricted feeding. The IGL to SCN connection through NPY is required.
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Satchin Panda Apr 17
BBC News - The woman who discovered the first coronavirus
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Satchin Panda Apr 13
How to deal with sleep problem during home confinement? Here is a practical recommendation from our European Colleagues.
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Satchin Panda Apr 13
Chocolate for breakfast supports a rat's circadian clock - but the same chocolate at dinner time can disrupt clocks. Btw, a prior study on coffee implied similar effect.
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Satchin Panda Apr 7
There are plenty of studies in pubmed on Circadian rhythm and immune function, airway health, viral replication etc. Having a good CR is protective against many viral and bacterial pathogens causing lung diseases.
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Satchin Panda Apr 7
Same goes for cigarette smoking and cancer. There is no RCT showing cigarette smoking increases the risk for lung cancer.
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Satchin Panda Apr 7
Beyond sanitizing and social distancing – a healthy circadian rhythm may keep you sane and increase resilience to fight COVID-19 via
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Satchin Panda Apr 7
Jet-lagged mice are more susceptible to viral infection. Being old and jet-lagged make the infection even worse. Maintaining a consistent sleep-wake cycle may improve resilience to viral infections.
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Satchin Panda Apr 6
Circadian clock proteins regulate the proliferation of influenza virus. This mouse study in implies having a functioning circadian clock increases resilience to viral infection and reduces disease severity.
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Satchin Panda Apr 6
This mouse study shows mice are more susceptible to influenza related symptoms and death if they are exposed to the virus after waking up. If this holds in humans (BIG if), essential outdoor trips in the afternoon may be less harmful than in the morning.
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Satchin Panda Apr 5
Circadian rhythm in plasma proteins oozing out on the nasal lining. Human volunteers with experimental coronavirus infection (not strain) show 20X more plasma proteins between 4 am-8 am. I wonder if the virus also exudes more in the morning?
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Satchin Panda Apr 5
Astrophysicist gets magnets stuck up nose while inventing coronavirus device
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