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Wounds Heal Faster in Daytime, Scientists Find

Newsmax Thursday, 9 November 2017 ()
Wounds sustained during the day heal around 60 percent faster than those sustained at night, scientists have discovered in a finding that has implications for surgery and wound-healing medicines.
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News video: Daytime Wounds Heal Twice As Fast As Those Suffered At Night

Daytime Wounds Heal Twice As Fast As Those Suffered At Night 00:37

According to a new study in the journal Science, you probably will heal faster if you cut yourself during that daytime compared to a wound suffered at night. Matt Yurus reports.

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