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Easy as one, two, three It was time for these girls to learn about the 24-hour clock
The prevailing thought was that alcohol promotes sleep by changing a person's circadian rhythm--the body's built-in 24-hour clock," Thakkar said.
The new timetable based on the 24-hour clock is as follows:
The team from the University of Notre Dame and the Indiana University School of Medicine has shown that the development of liver steatosis produced by alcohol abuse is intertwined with disturbances of the normal operation of the 24-hour clock system located in the cells of the liver.
The misalignment of the body's 24-hour clock, also known as circadian desynchronosis, is caused by quickly traveling across multiple time zones.
The latest research shows that being healthier, slimmer and less stressed could be as simple as keeping in sync with your body's natural 24-hour clock.
As the rotation slows further and the days increase, many governments around the world decide to stick to the 24-hour clock, known as "clock time", as adapting to the increasing days is tenuous and too difficult when there is no clear end in sight.
They were mindful of time and space in an unprecedented way, as consideration was given to the international adoption of the 24-hour clock and the globe was divided into sequential and simultaneous time zones.
Depression appears to be associated with a molecular-level disturbance in the body's 24-hour clock, posits a study published in the Journal of Affective Disorders.
But the company and Tesco, who sold the yoghurt, have insisted it is not the sell-by date but the time it was packed and should read 20:09, as in the 24-hour clock.
In the former category would fall the information that the 24-hour clock was invented by a Canadian after he had been stuck at an Irish railway station for 16 hours because somebody had confused am with pm and that the pocket watch was the invention of a medieval German who was trapped in a religious sanctuary after murdering somebody in a tavern brawl.
Tory Assembly leader Nick Bourne, commenting on the social media site Twitter, yesterday said: "Our sport minister has missed the flight to opening of Delhi Games by 12 hours - looks like a Capt Mainwaring inability to handle 24-hour clock.