Jet lag could increase your risk of cancer because our body clocks are controlled by the same mechanism that causes tumours, study finds



Jet lag could increase your risk of cancer, new research suggests.  
The same protein that controls cell multiplication also influences people's internal body clocks, a study found.
Lead author Dr Angela Relógio from the Charité-Medical University in Berlin, said: 'Based on our results, it seems to us that the clock is likely to act as a tumour suppressor.
'One cannot stop wondering whether disrupted circadian timing should be included as a next potential hallmark of cancer.' 
Our internal clock is in sync with external light and dark cues, and prompts people's behaviour and activity... read more

 
7 December 2017 in Health, Views: 55
Source: Daily Mail
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