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Measuring and identifying large-study metrics for circadian rhythm disruption in female flight attendants.

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Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health: 2003, 29, n. 5 - October
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2003
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Journal Article
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Flight attendants experience increased circadian disruption, as measured by more variable melatonin rates, than a minimally flying comparison group. For epidemiologic studies of flight crews in which melatonin measurement is infeasible, the number of time zones crossed is a useful indicator of both sleep displacement and melatonin desynchronization.
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