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Behar-Cohen, F., Martinsons, C., Vienot, F., Zissis, G., Barlier-Salsi, A., Cesarini, J. P., et al. (2011). Light-emitting diodes (LED) for domestic lighting: any risks for the eye? Prog Retin Eye Res, 30(4), 239–257.
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Bengsen, A. J., Leung, L. K. P., Lapidge, S. J., & Gordon, I. J. (2010). Artificial illumination reduces bait-take by small rainforest mammals. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 127(1-2), 66–72.
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Dickerman, B., & Liu, J. (2012). Does current scientific evidence support a link between light at night and breast cancer among female night-shift nurses? Review of evidence and implications for occupational and environmental health nurses. Workplace Health Saf, 60(6), 273–81; quiz 282.
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Dumont, M., Lanctot, V., Cadieux-Viau, R., & Paquet, J. (2012). Melatonin production and light exposure of rotating night workers. Chronobiol Int, 29(2), 203–210.
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Fritschi, L., Erren, T. C., Glass, D. C., Girschik, J., Thomson, A. K., Saunders, C., et al. (2013). The association between different night shiftwork factors and breast cancer: a case-control study. Br J Cancer, 109(9), 2472–2480.
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Grundy, A., Richardson, H., Burstyn, I., Lohrisch, C., SenGupta, S. K., Lai, A. S., et al. (2013). Increased risk of breast cancer associated with long-term shift work in Canada. Occup Environ Med, 70(12), 831–838.
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Hansen, J., & Lassen, C. F. (2012). Nested case-control study of night shift work and breast cancer risk among women in the Danish military. Occup Environ Med, 69(8), 551–556.
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Haus, E., & Smolensky, M. (2006). Biological clocks and shift work: circadian dysregulation and potential long-term effects. Cancer Causes Control, 17(4), 489–500.
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Haus, E. L., & Smolensky, M. H. (2013). Shift work and cancer risk: potential mechanistic roles of circadian disruption, light at night, and sleep deprivation. Sleep Med Rev, 17(4), 273–284.
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