Working Nights: An Occupational Health Hazard

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Join Dr. Spaeth, MD, MPH, Division Chief, Occupational and Environmental Medicine Department of Occupational Medicine, Epidemiology, and Prevention, Northwell Health and Adjunct Associate Professor, Hofstra University for a public health webinar that explores how health status is impacted by shift work as a result of alterations in circadian cycles as well as social and behavioral changes. Shift work and other workers on overnight schedules have been shown to suffer a variety of short-term and long-term health effects including increased risk of injuries and accidents, digestive problems, depression, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and even an increased risk of certain cancers.

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