Keyword Results for 'shift work'
When you eat as key as what you eat when it comes to weight gain Nov 12, 9:51 am
London, November 12 (ANI): A mice study has shed light on why night shift workers and patients with sleep disorders have a higher risk for developing obesity.
Washington, August 2 (ANI): It is known that workers whose sleep-wake cycles are disrupted by night shifts are more susceptible to chronic inflammatory diseases such as diabetes, obesity and cancer.
Shift workers at increased risk of heart attack Jul 27, 9:35 am
Washington, July 27 (ANI): Shift work is associated with an increased risk of major vascular problems like heart attacks and strokes, a new study has concluded.
Daily rhythm disruptions 'may be behind fertility problems' May 27, 3:41 pm
Washington, May 27 (ANI): In a new study, scientists have tried to find what effect shift work, all-nighters and other sleep disruptions might have on humans trying to conceive.
Is poor diet of shift workers a new form of occupational hazard? Dec 28, 12:26 pm
Washington, Dec 28 (ANI): The poor diet of shift workers should be considered as a new occupational health hazard, a new study has claimed.
Shift workers likelier to face social exclusion Dec 14, 3:30 pm
Washington, Dec 14 (ANI): People who work non-standard hours are less likely to feel integrated into the society, a new study has found.
Rotating shift work ups diabetes risk in women Dec 7, 2:03 pm
Washington, Dec 7 (ANI): Working women, who are subjected to rotating schedules, comprising of three or more night shifts per month are more vulnerable to type 2 diabetes risk compared to women who only work on day or evening shifts, a new study has revealed.
Women working night shifts at high risk of heart disease Oct 24, 2:33 pm
Washington, Oct 24 (ANI): Women who do shift work may be at increased risk of heart disease, according to a new study.
Shift work ups teens' MS risk Oct 19, 12:40 pm
Washington, Oct 19 (ANI): Teenagers who engage in shift work may be at risk for multiple sclerosis due to a disruption in their circadian rhythm and sleep pattern, Swedish researchers say.
Washington, Sept 04 (ANI): Previous studies have shown that long-term elevated cortisol levels lead to increased abdominal obesity, hypertension, diabetes and cardiovascular risk.
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