Medicine Discovers A New Ally: The ClockKate Murphy
If asthma attacks are most likely to occur in the middle of the night, doesn't it stand to reason that medication administered before bedtime would be most effective? And if the risk of stroke is greatest between 6 a.m. and 10 a.m., shouldn't hypertensive individuals take blood-pressure drugs in doses that would prevent early-morning surges?
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