The Rhythm Of Life By Dr Thomas Lodi

It is such a beautifully written piece that we wanted to share it with our entirte audience which is why we are posting his article here on our blog. Please take the time to read it and share it with others as the rhythm of life must be restored and people need to understand why that needs to happen.

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The rhythms of life: what your body clock means to you! - PubMed - NCBI

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