Disrupted circadian rhythm increases risk of type 2 diabetes

A reversal of the day and night rhythm, due to shift work for example, leads to a disturbance in blood sugar levels. These findings of the Maastricht research team, led by Professor Patrick Schrauwen, were published in the renowned scientific journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).

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