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Kim, K. Y., Lee, E., Kim, Y. J., & Kim, J. (2017). The association between artificial light at night and prostate cancer in Gwangju City and South Jeolla Province of South Korea. Chronobiol Int, 34(2), 203–211.
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Kim, Y. J., Lee, E., Lee, H. S., Kim, M., & Park, M. S. (2015). High prevalence of breast cancer in light polluted areas in urban and rural regions of South Korea: An ecologic study on the treatment prevalence of female cancers based on National Health Insurance data. Chronobiol Int, 32(5), 657–667.
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Kloog, I., Haim, A., Stevens, R. G., Barchana, M., & Portnov, B. A. (2008). Light at night co-distributes with incident breast but not lung cancer in the female population of Israel. Chronobiol Int, 25(1), 65–81.
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Kloog, I., Haim, A., Stevens, R. G., & Portnov, B. A. (2009). Global co-distribution of light at night (LAN) and cancers of prostate, colon, and lung in men. Chronobiol Int, 26(1), 108–125.
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Kloog, I., Portnov, B. A., Rennert, H. S., & Haim, A. (2011). Does the modern urbanized sleeping habitat pose a breast cancer risk? Chronobiol Int, 28(1), 76–80.
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Koo, Y. S., & Jung, K. - Y. (2016). Oldies but goodies: The Defense Meteorological Satellite Program (DMSP) Operational Linescan System (OLS) data can be used with the data obtained before the year 2012. Chronobiol Int, 33(8), 946–948.
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Koo, Y. S., Song, J. - Y., Joo, E. - Y., Lee, H. - J., Lee, E., Lee, S. - K., et al. (2016). Outdoor artificial light at night, obesity, and sleep health: Cross-sectional analysis in the KoGES study. Chronobiol Int, 33(3), 301–314.
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Kyba, C. C. M., & Holker, F. (2012). Window illumination should be expected to poorly correlate with satellite brightness measurements. Chronobiol Int, 29(1), 87–8.
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Lee, S. - I., Kinoshita, S., Noguchi, A., Eto, T., Ohashi, M., Nishimura, Y., et al. (2020). Melatonin suppression during a simulated night shift in medium intensity light is increased by 10-minute breaks in dim light and decreased by 10-minute breaks in bright light. Chronobiol Int, in press, in press.
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Lowden, A., & Akerstedt, T. (2012). Assessment of a new dynamic light regimen in a nuclear power control room without windows on quickly rotating shiftworkers--effects on health, wakefulness, and circadian alignment: a pilot study. Chronobiol Int, 29(5), 641–649.
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