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Stevens, R.G. Light-at-night, circadian disruption and breast cancer: assessment of existing evidence 2009 International Journal of Epidemiology 38 963-970
Thorn, L.; Hucklebridge, F.; Esgate, A.; Evans, P.; Clow, A. The effect of dawn simulation on the cortisol response to awakening in healthy participants 2004 Psychoneuroendocrinology 29 925-930
Menegaux, F.; Truong, T.; Anger, A.; Cordina-Duverger, E.; Lamkarkach, F.; Arveux, P.; Kerbrat, P.; Fevotte, J.; Guenel, P. Night work and breast cancer: a population-based case-control study in France (the CECILE study) 2013 International Journal of Cancer. Journal International du Cancer 132 924-931
Sasseville, A.; Benhaberou-Brun, D.; Fontaine, C.; Charon, M.-C.; Hebert, M. Wearing blue-blockers in the morning could improve sleep of workers on a permanent night schedule: a pilot study 2009 Chronobiology International 26 913-925
Longcore, T. Sensory ecology: night lights alter reproductive behavior of blue tits 2010 Current Biology : CB 20 R893-5