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#shift work

# shift-work - Wednesday 8 February, 2017

Study shows shift work and physically demanding jobs may lower women's fertility

Research shows that heavy lifting at work or working rotating patterns can be associated with poorer egg quality.

# shift-work - Saturday 11 June, 2016

From The Daily Edge 13 struggles only people who work weekends will truly understand Tough Work

# shift-work - Monday 23 May, 2016

From The Daily Edge 16 struggles you'll only know if you work shifts Shift Me Please

16 struggles you'll only know if you work shifts

Working 9(pm) to 5(am), what a way to make a living…

# shift-work - Monday 11 August, 2014

From The Daily Edge 14 problems that only shift workers understand Get The Shift

14 problems that only shift workers understand

“So, what are you doing for the long weekend?”

# shift-work - Tuesday 5 August, 2014

SIPTU says shift work is damaging to health and is calling for a Government study

Research from other countries shows shift work can lead to cancer and diabetes.

# shift-work - Friday 25 July, 2014

Are you on shift work? It could increase your risk of diabetes

Men are most at risk, a new study suggests.

# shift-work - Friday 27 July, 2012

Shift work increases the risk of heart problems

Shift work increases the risk of heart attack by 23 per cent and stroke by five per cent.

# shift-work - Sunday 2 October, 2011

Shift work is “less harmful to health” than thought

Think that modern working patterns, like night shifts, are bad for your health? A new study suggests that might not be the case.