Published in Women's Health Weekly, December 9th, 2004
The findings were published in the November 2004 Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine.
Led by Jin Liang Zhu of the Danish Epidemiology Research Centre, Aarhus, the researchers used data from a Danish nationwide study to identify approximately 42,000 women who worked during pregnancy. Rates of pregnancy loss were compared for women who worked during the daytime versus those who worked other shifts. Nearly 34,000 women worked daytime hours only; of those who worked...
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