Key term: diet

Editorial 2016;42(6):455-457   pdf full text
Does higher energy intake explain weight gain and increased metabolic risks among shift workers?
Lindström J
 
Original article 2016;42(6):459-468   pdf full text
Shift workers have a similar diet quality but higher energy intake than day workers
Hulsegge G, Boer JMA, van der Beek AJ, Verschuren WMM, Sluijs I, Vermeulen R, Proper KI
 
Original article 2015;41(3):288-293   pdf full text
Enhanced preference for high-fat foods following a simulated night shift
Cain SW, Filtness AJ, Phillips CL, Anderson C
 
Review 2014;40(6):543-556   pdf full text
Health-related interventions among night shift workers: a critical review of the literature
Neil-Sztramko SE, Pahwa M, Demers PA, Gotay CC
 
Discussion paper 2013;39(3):221-232   pdf full text
Conceptual heuristic models of the interrelationships between obesity and the occupational environment
Pandalai SP, Schulte PA, Miller DB
 
Discussion paper 2010;36(2):150-162   pdf
Eating and shift work – effects on habits, metabolism and performance
Lowden A, Moreno C, Holmbäck U, Lennernäs M, Tucker P
 
Original article 1980;6(1):66-72   pdf
Diet, physiological work and accident incidence of forge workers.
Brooke JD, Toogood S, Green LF
 
Original article 1985;11(3):181-187   pdf
Occupational cancer. Where now and where next?
Roe FJ
 
Letter to the editor 1986;12(1):75-77   pdf
Re: "Occupational cancer: Where now where next?".
Saracci R, Hogstedt C, Norseth T, Wegman DH
 
Review 2002;28(3):141-157   pdf
Health promotion trials at worksites and risk factors for cancer
Janer G, Sala M, Kogevinas M