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Mindel, J. W., Rojas, S. L., Kline, D., Bao, S., Rezai, A., Corrigan, J. D., et al. (2019). 0038 Sleeping with Low Levels of Artificial Light at Night Increases Systemic Inflammation in Humans. Sleep, 42(Supplement_1), A15–A16.
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Dhaliwal, S. S., Keller, J., Le, H. - N., & Lewin, D. S. (2019). Sleep Disturbance among Pregnant Women: The Influence of Environmental and Contextual Factors. Sleep, 42(Supplement_1), A270–A271.
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