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Keshet-Sitton, A.; Or-Chen, K.; Yitzhak, S.; Tzabary, I.; Haim, A. Can Avoiding Light at Night Reduce the Risk of Breast Cancer? 2015 Integrative Cancer Therapies 15 145-152 details   doi
Regente, J.; de Zeeuw, J.; Bes, F.; Nowozin, C.; Appelhoff, S.; Wahnschaffe, A.; Münch, M.; Kunz, D. Can short-wavelength depleted bright light during single simulated night shifts prevent circadian phase shifts? 2017 Applied Ergonomics 61 22-30 details   doi
Aarts, M.P.J.; Hartmeyer, S.L.; Morsink, K.; Kort, H.S.M.; de Kort, Y.A.W. Can Special Light Glasses Reduce Sleepiness and Improve Sleep of Nightshift Workers? A Placebo-Controlled Explorative Field Study 2020 Clocks & Sleep 2 225-245 details   doi
Erren, T.C.; Lewis, P. Can yesterday's smoking research inform today's shiftwork research? Epistemological consequences for exposures and doses due to circadian disruption at and off work 2017 Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology (London, England) 12 29 details   doi
Moser, M.; Schaumberger, K.; Schernhammer, E.; Stevens, R.G. Cancer and rhythm 2006 Cancer Causes & Control : CCC 17 483-487 details   doi
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