Keyword Results for 'shift work'
Night shift workers likelier to burn less energy, gain weight Nov 18, 10:52 am
Washington, Nov 18 (ANI): A new research has explained that people who work in the night shifts are likely to burn less energy during a 24-hour period as compared to those who work on a normal schedule which ultimately increases their risk for weight gain and obesity.
Long-term shift work linked to decreased brain function Nov 4, 10:37 am
Washington, Nov 4 (ANI): A new study has claimed that long working hours or shift work like chronic jet lag disrupts the body's internal clock and is linked to range of health problems, such as ulcers, cardiovascular disease, metabolic syndrome, and some cancers.
Avoid high-iron foods if you work graveyard shift Oct 22, 11:33 am
Washington, Oct 22 (ANI): A new research has revealed that graveyard shift workers should avoid eating high-iron foods at night so that they don't disrupt the circadian clock in their livers.
Working in shifts heightens type 2 diabetes risk in men Jul 25, 4:00 pm
Washington, July 25 (ANI): A new study has revealed that shift work heightens the risk of developing type 2 diabetes and the risk is seemingly greatest among men.
Body clock can be reset to eliminate jet lag, say scientists Mar 21, 2:12 pm
Washington, Mar 21 (ANI): Researchers from the University of Manchester have discovered a new mechanism that governs how body clocks react to changes in the environment, which could provide a solution for alleviating the detrimental effects of chronic shift work and jet-lag.
Late nights can make you feel sick Nov 13, 5:17 pm
Wellington, Nov. 13 (ANI): Jet lag, shift work or any late night might be the reason behind you getting sick, a new study has revealed.
Cure for jet lag may finally be here! Oct 5, 10:20 am
London, Oct 5 (ANI): Scientists are one step closer to make jet lag and shift work less painful, as they have discovered the body clock "reset button".
Night shift workers likelier to have Type 2 diabetes Jun 4, 2:23 pm
Washington, June 4 (ANI): Shift workers, who work at night are at an increased risk for developing Type 2 diabetes, a new study has suggested.
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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