SDG 03: Good Health and Well-Being

Your body has an internal clock that dictates when you eat, sleep and might have a heart attack

Your biological clock, or circadian rhythm, synchronizes how your body responds to the passing of each day. Image: Unsplash/CHUTTERSNAP

Shogo Sato

Assistant Professor of Biology, Texas A&M University

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SDG 03: Good Health and Well-Being

Your biological clock affects your health by regulating your sleep-wake cycles and fluctuations in blood pressure and body temperature. Image: Pikovit44/iStock via Getty Images Plus
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