More stories about "Night Shift"

Skincare Tips for 30s Women Who Work the Night Shift

A dermatologist gives the lowdown on how to take care of your skin--and yourself.

An Irregular Work Shift May Increase Diabetes Risk

Working shifts for a year or 20 may have unwanted health consequences.

Working Shifts May Affect Your Reproductive Health

New research links shifting work schedules with increasing menstrual disturbances and infertility rates.

Working the Night Shift for More Than 30 Years Linked to Higher Breast Cancer Risk

Hormonal imbalances caused by working and sleeping at odd hours may increase your chances of developing the disease.

No Matter How Awake You May Feel, Lack of Sleep Slows You Down

"Fake it 'til you make it" may apply to happiness and confidence, but research suggests it may not apply to productivity when you don't get 8 straight.

Shift Work May Increase Your Risk for Stroke and Heart Attacks

Here's one more way irregular working hours or taking a mid-shift or night shift may not be good for your health.

Working the Night Shift May Increase Your Risk of Getting Breast Cancer

Research shows that working at night may have negative effects on your health.