Our Work Make Us Fat

A study found that female nurses working on night shift have a greater risk of developing diabetes within 20 years. This is compared with nurses who work in the daytime.
The more often women work on night shift the higher the risk of diabetes. Those who work for 1-2 years on the night shift have an increased risk of diabetes as much as 5%. However, if they had been working for more than 20 years in this shift, the risk jumped sharply to reach 60%.
The creepy results of this are because the participants involved in the study had a very tight demanding work schedule. No wonder they eat more junk food as this type of food can fill their stomachs faster. This stress schedule also sometimes makes the interval to exercise being less. Calories of junk food can not burn too well and you become fat.

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