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Opperhuizen, A. - L., Stenvers, D. J., Jansen, R. D., Foppen, E., Fliers, E., & Kalsbeek, A. (2017). Light at night acutely impairs glucose tolerance in a time-, intensity- and wavelength-dependent manner in rats. Diabetologia, 60(7), 1333–1343.
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Molcan, L., Sutovska, H., Okuliarova, M., Senko, T., Krskova, L., & Zeman, M. (2019). Dim light at night attenuates circadian rhythms in the cardiovascular system and suppresses melatonin in rats. Life Sci, 231, 116568.
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Russart, K. L. G., Chbeir, S. A., Nelson, R. J., & Magalang, U. J. (2019). Light at night exacerbates metabolic dysfunction in a polygenic mouse model of type 2 diabetes mellitus. Life Sci, 231, 116574.
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Padilla-Martinez, J. M., Abad-Corpa, E., Gea-Sanchez, M., Casado-Ramirez, E., Rol-de Lama, M. A., Madrid-Perez, J. A., et al. (2020). “Detection of factors influencing circadian rhythms on Intensive Care inpatients and hospitalization: Protocol for an observational study”. J Adv Nurs, in press, in press.
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Stern, M., Broja, M., Sansone, R., Grone, M., Skene, S. S., Liebmann, J., et al. (2018). Blue light exposure decreases systolic blood pressure, arterial stiffness, and improves endothelial function in humans. Eur J Prev Cardiol, 25(17), 1875–1883.
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