shift work

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shift work

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Observational studies of shift workers have shown that shift work is associated with metabolic disorders, but evidence for a causal relationship is limited, said Dr.
Lead author Xuelei Ma explained that because breast cancer is the most diagnosed cancer among women worldwide, most previous meta-analyses have focused on understanding the association between female night shift workers and breast cancer risk, but the conclusions have been inconsistent.
Female night shift workers saw a 41 percent increased risk of skin cancer and a 32 percent higher risk of breast cancer.
Aimed at ferrying revellers and shift workers on journeys 'up to two hours' between the city centre and suburban areas, Simba says they plan to meet council leaders to discuss the project in the new year.
These groups are also more likely to report sleeping <7 hours per day (3): 70% of night shift workers in the transportation and warehousing industry reported less than 7 hours of sleep per night (3), compared with 30% of all adult U.
SHIFT workers are more likely to be overweight, smokers and suffer from a lack of sleep, it has been revealed.
According to these values, it can be observed that the cortisol level was higher among day-shift workers, the FSH level was higher among night-shift workers, and the S, testosterone level was higher among day shift workers.
SHIFT workers are more at risk from infections, research suggests.
Researchers found stroke severity may be worse for shift workers, especially men.
Certain studies have documented that the shift workers are prone to changes in cognitive performances.
Unlike some of the luxurious locomotive dining cars, however, these diners served home-style food in (mostly) small spaces; the genesis seems to be a place where working folks -- particularly shift workers -- could get a meal any time of day or night.
The Institution of Occupational Health has recommended that increasing the regularity and amount of sleep can help boost the health and well being of shift workers.