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Miscarriage 32 percent more likely if work night shift (probably low Vitamin D) – April 2019

Night Shifts May Raise the Risk of Miscarriage New York Times

Pregnant women who worked two or more night shifts a week were at increased risk of miscarriage

  • “Researchers studied 22,744 pregnant Danish women, tracking their work schedules and hospital admissions for miscarriage using government databases.”
  • “The study, in Occupational & Environmental Medicine, found that after eight weeks of pregnancy, women who had worked two or more night shifts during the previous week had a 32 percent increased risk of miscarriage compared with women who did not work nights.”

_Note: Vitamin D was not mentioned in the NYT article nor by the abstract

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