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Nurses' lack of sleep could affect patient safety and care, study says

By WBZ  
   December 13, 2019

Nurses aren’t getting enough sleep, which may impact patient care and safety, according to a new study by NYU. Nurses usually don’t work a typical nine to five job, often working in 12-hour shifts and all hours of the day and night. And we know that irregular hours take a toll on circadian rhythms.

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