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Academic Article Preflight adjustment to eastward travel: 3 days of advancing sleep with and without morning bright light.
Academic Article Complete or partial circadian re-entrainment improves performance, alertness, and mood during night-shift work.
Academic Article Circadian phase determined from melatonin profiles is reproducible after 1 wk in subjects who sleep later on weekends.
Academic Article Morning melatonin has limited benefit as a soporific for daytime sleep after night work.
Academic Article Melatonin in the afternoons of a gradually advancing sleep schedule enhances the circadian rhythm phase advance.
Academic Article The relationship between breakfast skipping, chronotype, and glycemic control in type 2 diabetes.
Academic Article Phase advancing human circadian rhythms with morning bright light, afternoon melatonin, and gradually shifted sleep: can we reduce morning bright-light duration?
Academic Article Relationships among sleep timing, sleep duration and glycemic control in Type 2 diabetes in Thailand.
Academic Article Circadian rhythms of European and African-Americans after a large delay of sleep as in jet lag and night work.
Academic Article Sex and ancestry determine the free-running circadian period.
Academic Article Night-shift work is associated with poorer glycaemic control in patients with type 2 diabetes.
Academic Article Estimating the dim light melatonin onset of adolescents within a 6-h sampling window: the impact of sampling rate and threshold method.
Academic Article A longitudinal assessment of sleep timing, circadian phase, and phase angle of entrainment across human adolescence.
Academic Article Associations between self-reported sleep duration and cardiometabolic risk factors in young African-origin adults from the five-country modeling the epidemiologic transition study (METS).

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