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Night shift workers may be more at risk for car crashes

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A study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences has found an increased risk of drowsy driving related motor vehicle crashes, as well as an increase in self-reported and biological measures of drowsiness when operating a real motor vehicle during the daytime following night shift work. Read more and read the study.

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