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Altered Gabab Receptor Thermoregulatory Function in Rats with Diet-Induced Obesity

in rats. European journal of pharmacology, 2008, 601(1-3), 106-10. 8. Corwin RL, Wojnicki FH. Baclofen, raclopride, and naltrexone differentially affect intake of fat and sucrose under limited access conditions. Behav Pharmacol, 2009, 20(5-6), 537-48. 9. Sato I, Arima H, Ozaki N, et al. Peripherally administered baclofen reduced food intake and body weight in db/db as well as diet-induced obese mice. FEBS letters. 2007, 581(25), 4857-64. 10. Sampey BP, Vanhoose AM, Winfield HM, et al. Cafeteria diet is a robust model of human metabolic syndrome

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Serum Copper and Zinc in a Representative Sample of Bulgarian Population

Trace Elem Med Biol 2015;31:135-141. 10. Gibson RS. Content and bioavailability of trace elements in vegetarian diets. Am J Clin Nutr 1994;59:Suppl:1223S-1232S. 11. Ghayour-Mobarhan M, Shapouri-Moghaddam A, Azimi-Nezhad M, Esmaeili H, Parizadeh SM, Safarian M. at al. The relationship between established coronary risk factors and serum copper and zinc concentrations in a large Persian cohort. J Trace Elem Med Biol 2009;23(3):167-75. 12. Graham SF, Nasaruddin MB, Carey M, Holscher C, McGuinness B, Kehoe PG et al. Age

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The Adverse Health Effects of Shift Work in Relation to Risk of Illness/Disease: A Review


Biological rhythm of sleeping is a natural disparity in an organism corresponding to and in reply to cyclic environmental changes, such as daylight hours and hours of darkness or elevated and low down flow. There is some evidence, based upon epidemiological studies as well as studies upon smaller groups of subjects, that individuals who work during the night and sleep during the daytime show cognitive impairment at work, have poorer and fragmented daytime sleep, and have increased risks of developing a wide range of social, psychological, physiological and medical impairments and disorders. Circadian rhythms are one of the most important effective factors on the physiological and physical performances of humans and disturbing this normal rhythm leads to different groups of diseases. The majority of investigations in biological rhythm demeanor vary noticeably in regards to the exact type of disease, population and protocols of sampling over the other outcomes or issues. We conducted a systematic review of [Science Direct, Pubmed, Scopus] to identify influence of different kinds of diseases among shift workers in response to abnormal rhythm of sleeping. The results of this review indicate that abnormal patterns of sleeping can lead to immunological issues, hypertension, metabolic syndrome, insomnia, cardiovascular disease, obesity and depression. It is vital for subsequent investigations to find a way to reduce negative effects (such as decreased amount of works’ time and altered diet) without side effects to help them.

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Cardiovascular Risk Factors in White Collar Workers Under Shift Work

hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis in the pathogenesis of metabolic syndrome: neuroendocrine and target tissue-related causes. Intern. J. Obesity 2000; 24 (Suppl. 2): S50-5. 19. Hulsegge G, Boer JMA, van der Beek AJ, et al. Shift workers have a similar diet quality but higher energy intake than day workers. Scand J Work Environ Health 2016;42(6):459-468, 20. Boggild, H., Suadicani, P., Hein, H.O., Gyntelberg F. Shiftwork, social class, and ischaemic heart disease in middle aged and elderly men; a 22 year follow up in the Copenhagen male study. Occup. Environ

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Effect of Alcohol to Oral Health

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Physical Activity and Gastrointestinal Cancer Risk: A Review

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Cardiovascular Risk in Type 2 Diabetic Patients With Asymptomatic Hyperuricemia and Gout

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The Effect of the Antioxidant Drug U-74389G on Albumin Levels during Ischemia Reperfusion Injury in Rats

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In Vitro Study on the Adhesion and Colonization of Candida Albicans on Metal and Acrylic Piercings

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Non-Invasive and Minimum Invasive Concepts in Prevention, Cariology and Endodontics – from Research and Science to Practice

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