Dr. Matthew Walker explains how altering the timing and duration of daytime light exposure influences sleep.
Dr. Ruth Patterson describes how obesity - along with the growth factors estrogen and insulin - affect the risk of breast cancer development and recurrence.
Dr. Ruth Patterson discusses how skipping breakfast and eating late into the evening may contribute to worse metabolic health.
Dr. Ruth Patterson discusses how simply changing when one eats can have a profound effect on the risk of breast cancer recurrence.
Dr. Ruth Patterson describes the advantages of an earlier eating window on inflammation and blood glucose control.
In this clip, Dr. Ruth Patterson discusses the effect that meal frequency has on breast cancer risk.
In this clip, Dr. Ruth Patterson discusses how eating in accordance with the body's natural circadian rhythm may reduce the risk of breast cancer.
Dr. Ruth Patterson describes how eating following the body's circadian clock enables the body to focus on repair rather than on digestion.
Dr. Ruth Patterson discusses how healthful choices, such as even modest weight loss, can have beneficial effects that reduce the risk of breast cancer and a variety of other diseases
Dr. Ruth Patterson discusses the beneficial effects that time-restricted eating can have on the biomarkers of health - independent of weight loss.
Dr. Patterson explains how a lifestyle approach - an altered eating window - can be an effective way to reduce blood sugar levels.
Dr. Elissa Epel describes how pre-pregnancy parental health impacts offspring.
Dr. Elissa Epel describes the effects of longer sperm telomere length on subsequent generations.
Dr. Rhonda Patrick and Dr. Elissa Epel describe the factors that influence how we respond to diet.
Dr. Elissa Epel describes how even small lifestyle changes can have an effect on telomere length and healthy aging to compress morbidity.