from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Medical treatment administered according to a schedule that corresponds to a person's daily, monthly, seasonal, or yearly biological clock, in order to maximize the health benefits and minimize adverse effects.
- n. Treatment of a sleep disorder by altering an individual's sleeping and waking times and resetting his or her biological clock.
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- n. Any of several forms of therapy that is administered in phase with a person's biological clock
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