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Washington, March 15 ( ANI ): Women who work the night shift may have an increased risk of ovarian cancer, new research has warned.
The main issue with the night shift is that you are disrupting your natural rhythm by staying up all night and sleeping in the day.
Last month in Washington, just a few miles from the White House , two jets carrying a total of 165 people were forced to land at Reagan National Airport without help because the lone controller on the night shift had fallen asleep.
In February, 200 drivers, forklift truck operators and warehouse staff employed by DHL were sacked and re-hired on inferior terms following last autumn's decision to suspend the night shift at Solihull.
In February, 200 drivers, forklift truck operators and warehouse staff employed by DHL were sacked and rehired on inferior terms following a decision to suspend the night shift.
There are lots of lollies and chocolates available on night shift--we tend to nibble throughout the night shift rather than have a sit down meal.
Without selling the music short, the OAE has created a winner with the Night Shift - or rather, its audience has.
Managers say the night shift has proved to be neither cost-effective nor efficient.