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Authors:  Ghazi Halabi, Ram B Singh, Sergei Chibisov, and Gennady Ivanov
The majority of the biomarkers of health in our body have a circadian rhythm on a 24-hour scale [1]. Both the physiological and pathological functions of the cardiovascular organs are closely related to the internal circadian rhythm. Heart rate, blood pressure and all hormones showed daily fluctuations through-out the day. Numerous studies have shown that high blood pressure, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease, such as acute coronary syndrome, atrial arrhythmias and subarachnoid hemorrhage, are closely related to day and night fluctuations [2-7]. Our studies aim to show that cardiovascular events have a seasonal variation in addition to the diurnal variation [7, 8]. 

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