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2014, 1st ed., ISBN 9780812245530, xiii, 224
"Workers in the United States are losing sleep. In the global economy a growing number of employees hold jobs—often more than one at once—with unpredictable... 
Hours of labor | Employment | Shift systems | Men | Attitudes | Social aspects | History | Health aspects | Sleep deprivation | United States | SOCIAL SCIENCE | Sociology | HISTORY
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Occupational and Environmental Medicine, ISSN 1351-0711, 08/2017, Volume 74, Issue Suppl 1, p. A104
In 2007, IARC classified ”shift work that involves circadian disruption” as probably carcinogenic to humans. To date, the evidence that night shift work... 
Circadian rhythms | Statistical analysis | Night shifts | Health risks | Population studies | Breast cancer | Exposure | Risk analysis | Nighttime | Shift work | Heterogeneity | Carcinogens | Breast | Working conditions | Hormone replacement therapy | Disruption | Health risk assessment | Cancer
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Occupational and Environmental Medicine, ISSN 1351-0711, 09/2016, Volume 73, Issue Suppl 1, pp. A223 - A223
Shift work involving circadian disruption was classified as probably carcinogenic (group 2A) by IARC in 2007 based on sufficient evidence in experimental... 
Schedules | Night | Breast | Exposure | Assessments | Epidemiology | Shift work | Cancer
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2016, ISBN 9783319422848, 202
This book explores the effects of shift work and non standard working hours on family and social life. It features analysis and case studies from an... 
Quality of Life_xResearch | Quality of Life Research | Industrial, Organisational and Economic Psychology | Psychology | Human Resource Management | Shift systems | Work-life balance | Work and family
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by Bauer, Michael and Glenn, Tasha and Alda, Martin and Andreassen, Ole A and Angelopoulos, Elias and Ardau, Raffaella and Ayhan, Yavuz and Baethge, Christopher and Bauer, Rita and Baune, Bernhard T and Becerra-Palars, Claudia and Bellivier, Frank and Belmaker, Robert H and Berk, Michael and Bersudsky, Yuly and Bicakci, Şule and Birabwa-Oketcho, Harriet and Bjella, Thomas D and Cabrera, Jorge and Wo Cheung, Eric Y and Del Zompo, Maria and Dodd, Seetal and Donix, Markus and Etain, Bruno and Fagiolini, Andrea and Fountoulakis, Kostas N and Frye, Mark A and Gonzalez-Pinto, Ana and Gottlieb, John F and Grof, Paul and Harima, Hirohiko and Henry, Chantal and Isometsä, Erkki T and Janno, Sven and Kapczinski, Flávio and Kardell, Mathias and Khaldi, Slim and Kliwicki, Sebastian and König, Barbara and Kot, Timur L and Krogh, Rikke and Kunz, Mauricio and Lafer, Beny and Landén, Mikael and Larsen, Erik R and Lewitzka, Ute and Licht, Rasmus W and Lopez-Jaramillo, Carlos and MacQueen, Glenda and Manchia, Mirko and Marsh, Wendy and Martinez-Cengotitabengoa, Mónica and Melle, Ingrid and Meza-Urzúa, Fátima and Ming, Mok Yee and Monteith, Scott and Morken, Gunnar and Mosca, Enrica and Mozzhegorov, Anton A and Munoz, Rodrigo and Mythri, Starlin V and Nacef, Fethi and Nadella, Ravi K and Nery, Fabiano G and Nielsen, René E and O'Donovan, Claire and Omrani, Adel and Osher, Yamima and Sørensen, Helle Østermark and Ouali, Uta and Ruiz, Yolanda Pica and Pilhatsch, Maximilian and Pinna, Marco and da Ponte, Francisco D.R and Quiroz, Danilo and Ramesar, Raj and Rasgon, Natalie and Reddy, M.S and Reif, Andreas and Ritter, Philipp and Rybakowski, Janusz K and Sagduyu, Kemal and Raghuraman, Bharathram Sathur and Scippa, Ângela M and Severus, Emanuel and Simhandl, Christian and Stackhouse, Paul W and Stein, Dan J and Strejilevich, Sergio and Subramaniam, Mythily and Sulaiman, Ahmad Hatim and Suominen, Kirsi and Tagata, Hiromi and Tatebayashi, Yoshitaka and Tondo, Leonardo and Torrent, Carla and Vaaler, Arne E and Vares, Edgar and Veeh, Julia and Vieta, Eduard and ... and Sahlgrenska akademin and Institutionen för neurovetenskap och fysiologi, sektionen för psykiatri och neurokemi and Göteborgs universitet and Gothenburg University and Institute of Neuroscience and Physiology, Department of Psychiatry and Neurochemistry and Sahlgrenska Academy
Journal of Psychiatric Research, ISSN 0022-3956, 06/2019, Volume 113, pp. 1 - 9
In many international studies, rates of completed suicide and suicide attempts have a seasonal pattern that peaks in spring or summer. This exploratory study... 
Sunlight | Solar insolation | Bipolar disorder | Suicide | Seasonal variation | VITAMIN-D | SUBSTANCE USE | PSYCHIATRY | CIRCADIAN-RHYTHMS | BEHAVIOR | SEASONAL-VARIATION | RISK | AGE-OF-ONSET | RETINAL GANGLION-CELLS | SHIFT WORK | MOOD DISORDERS | Analysis | Suicidal behavior | Index Medicus | Psykiatri | Psychiatry
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