Camping resets internal clock

After a week in the wild, people went to bed and got up earlier

CAMPING RESETS CLOCK  After a week spent camping (and away from all electric lights) in Colorado, volunteers fell asleep earlier and woke up earlier. Their internal clocks shifted, syncing up with sun, researchers found.

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