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Authors:  D. A. Tuzhilkin, A. S. Borodin, and V. V. Kaluzhin
Abstract:
One of the actual issues of chronomedicine is the problem of assessing the influence of space weather factors on biological rhythms. In this work, the X-ray radiation from the Sun and the local geomagnetic disturbance are considered as risk factors. The study aims to find out the radiation and geomagnetic forces from the sun that are known to influence circadian function. 


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