Burning Midnight Oil Shuts Down Long-Term Memory

Have you put in a bunch late hours working on a crunch project or studying for a test, only to find the next morning your memory isn't as sharp as you expected? Scientists have known for a while that the brain's biological (or circadian) clock influences natural body cycles, such as sleep and wakefulness, metabolic rate and body temperature. New research on sea snails at the University of Houston (UH) suggests the circadian clock also may regulate the formation of memory at night...

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