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Record #197645:

Saliva cortisol levels in construction workers in the Arctic (78°N) / Anette Harris, and 3 others.

Title: Saliva cortisol levels in construction workers in the Arctic (78°N) / Anette Harris, and 3 others.
Author(s): Harris, Anette.
Date: 2011.
In: International Journal of Circumpolar Health. (2011.), Vol. 70(5) (2011)
Abstract: Investigates effects of working in extreme and isolated environment in Arctic on diurnal rhythm of saliva control. Screens 25 male tunnel workers during three different working cycles with different light conditions during nine-month construction period. Finds that, regardless of shift schedule, workers' cortisol levels were significantly lower in period with 24 hours of light per day than in period with "normal" light conditions.
Notes:

International Journal of Circumpolar Health. Vol. 70(5) :542-551 (2011).

Keywords: 613/614 -- Health and preventive medicine.
612.59 -- Physiological effects of climatic extremes.
612.592 -- Cold climates, physiological effects.
613.165 -- Daylight, effect on man.
614 -- Public health and safety.
616-057 -- Diseases, occupational.
616.8 -- Neurology.
I -- Medicine and health.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*32) -- Svalbard.
SPRI record no.: 197645

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