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Women who work nights 'at greater risk of heart disease'

Potential impact on police personnel should be considered, expert says.

Women who work nights 'at greater risk of heart disease'

Date - 4th May 2016
By - Ian Weinfass - Police Oracle
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A new study showing women who work rotating night shifts have a higher risk of coronary heart disease “should act as another warning signal” for police forces to ensure the health of their officers. Research in the US recently published...
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