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Neuroscientist Charles Czeisler | Meeting the Minds

His work is nothing to lose sleep over

Dr. Charles Czeisler's research documents the dangers of sleep deprivation. Dr. Charles Czeisler's research documents the dangers of sleep deprivation. (Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff)
By Billy Baker
Globe Correspondent / August 11, 2008

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One morning in 1986, Dr. Charles Czeisler woke up at 4 a.m. on Cape Cod and went out to take photos at sunrise. The photos were for the cover of the journal Science, which was preparing to run an article about how the then 34-year-old scientist had recently proven that light was the most powerful means of resetting the body's ... (Full article: 944 words)

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