Working Night Shift Boosts Diabetes Risk, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Study
Published: Oct 17, 2013
People who have regularly worked night shifts are twice as likely to have diabetes, even if they have retired and returned to a normal, daytime schedule. The new research complements previous studies that found night shift work is associated with a decrease in metabolic health, impaired glucose metabolism, increased body mass index (BMI), and impaired insulin resistance.
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