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Scientists find a link between Alzheimer's disease and sleep patterns

Scientists have discovered that the cells which prevent Alzheimer’s also follow a circadian rhythm. Image: Unsplash/CDC

Eleftheria Kodosaki

Research Associate in Neuroimmunology, Cardiff University

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Our circadian rhythm is a natural, internal process that follows a 24-hour cycle. Image: Unsplash/Agê Barros

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