Shift Work in Teens Linked to Increased Multiple Sclerosis Risk: Page 2 of 2

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November 7, 2011

had slightly more than a 2-fold risk of MS than subjects who never worked shifts.

The authors suggest that disruption of circadian rhythm and sleep loss may play a role in the development of MS; however the exact mechanisms behind this increased risk remain unclear and further study is needed.