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Shift workers health studied in light spectrum research

Human health is affected by an internal body clock known as a circadian rhythm. These cycles are influenced by light exposure, and when disrupted, circadian rhythms create irregular sleep and wakefulness patterns which can influence a large number of chronic health conditions especially in those who work night or early morning shifts.

HRAD students lobby in D.C.
The American Hotel & Lodging Association (AH&LA) Legislative Action Summit is held annually in Washington D.C.  in April to strengthen the voice of the lodging industry to key policymakers on Capitol Hill. The College of Human Sciences School of Hotel and Restaurant Administration (HRAD) was represented at the Legislative Action Summit this year by students Bayli Jones, Maci Slater and Executive in Residence Dar Yasseri. 
College of Human Sciences professor predicts ancient berry’s rich future
Little red and orange wolfberries have been used in China for centuries to ensure longevity and treat age-related conditions of the liver and the eye. But those qualities and many more have only recently been confirmed due to researchers using modern high performance analytic methods.
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