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Why wounds heal faster if they happen during the day

The time of day you were injured might impact how long it takes your skin to heal, according to new research on the circadian rhythms of our skin cells.

If you’ve got a burn, the time of day you were injured might impact how long it takes your skin to heal, according to new research on the circadian rhythms of our skin cells.

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