New Study Links Shift Work To Infertility

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If you do shift work, and many of us do, a new study presented at the 25th European Congress of Endocrinology using mice suggests that doing shift work for only four weeks can throw biological clocks off, and their ability to conceive diminishes.

The study helps us understand how circadian disruptions affect female fertility and may potentially aid in developing prophylactic strategies for women who work irregular hours.

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