night shift

The struggle is real. Like really, really real.
Healthy Living
Night shift workers are more likely to develop heart problems over time.
Watch the PSA above, and see a teaser of Obama and Biden's appearance on "The Night Shift" below: Obama and Biden will appear
One of the good things about being the night desk clerk at a seedy hotel in Cambridge, Mass., is that you get to be invisible to most people. If you're looking for a place to disappear and still make a living, this is about as good a place as any.
"A 'simple' re-organization of shifts according to chronotype allowed workers to sleep more on workday nights," Till Roenneberg
In the study, a team of international researchers monitored approximately 75,000 female registered nurses in the United States
And especially for all those who risk their lives at night to keep us safe, warm and comfortable, we should all say a special thanks and prayer for safety. Because being up all night is interesting, and sometimes profitable. But it's almost never preferable. And I speak from experience.
A 2012 study in the journal Academic Emergency Medicine administered several cognition tests to emergency department physicians
Welcome to Thrive on Live with @CaroMT. About 15 percent of full-time workers in the U.S. work the overnight shift. We question whether sleeping during the day and working through the night affects sleep cycles and overall health.
When it comes to his wife, Kelley, and his three children, actor Scott Wolf is "all in." He enjoys sharing equally in the day-to-day duties, including diaper changing and making lunches. Wolf always new that he wanted to find a soulmate and partner to create a family with...
“There is low-quality evidence that melatonin improves sleep length after a night shift but not other sleep quality parameters
When we secretly identified your friendship with phrases such as "small doses" and "could go either way," we certainly did not imply a willingness to rid you from our circle of friends, only to see you figuratively and literally slip into the night.
In addition to long-term effects, shifting your sleep has an immediate impact on how you feel and function. If you are unable to change your work time, you can still minimize the short-term negative effects of shifting your sleep schedule with behavioral interventions such as light therapy, keeping a consistent shift, moderate caffeine consumption and scheduled naps.
Healthy Living
The relationship of circadian dysfunction to cancer risk is a critically important area of research. With millions of Americans working shifts -- and a wider array of jobs requiring non-traditional schedules -- this is an issue that needs rigorous study and attention.
Enter at your own risk. Since Coudray started working at the 7-Eleven, and management posted a huge "Vampire On Duty" sign
New York
After a recent drunken driving fatality involving an off-duty NYPD detective, the city detectives union is considering changing
A new study finds that their schedule may cause cops to develop such conditions such as stroke, cardiovascular disease, and