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Hurley, S., Nelson, D. O., Garcia, E., Gunier, R., Hertz, A., & Reynolds, P. (2013). A cross-sectional analysis of light at night, neighborhood sociodemographics and urinary 6-sulfatoxymelatonin concentrations: implications for the conduct of health studies. Int J Health Geogr, 12(1), 39.
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Robert, K. A., Lesku, J. A., Partecke, J., & Chambers, B. (2015). Artificial light at night desynchronizes strictly seasonal reproduction in a wild mammal. Proc Biol Sci, 282(1816).
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Vetter, C., Juda, M., Lang, D., Wojtysiak, A., & Roenneberg, T. (2011). Blue-enriched office light competes with natural light as a zeitgeber. Scand J Work Environ Health, 37(5), 437–445.
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Dauchy, R. T., Xiang, S., Mao, L., Brimer, S., Wren, M. A., Yuan, L., et al. (2014). Circadian and melatonin disruption by exposure to light at night drives intrinsic resistance to tamoxifen therapy in breast cancer. Cancer Res, 74(15), 4099–4110.
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He, C., Anand, S. T., Ebell, M. H., Vena, J. E., & Robb, S. W. (2014). Circadian disrupting exposures and breast cancer risk: a meta-analysis. Int Arch Occup Environ Health, 88(5), 533–547.
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