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A new animal study reported in the Journal of Neuroscience suggests that nocturnal light exposure may induce depressive responses and alter neuronal structure.
“The findings may have important implications for humans, particularly those whose work on night shifts makes them susceptible to mood disorders,” Prof Nelson said.
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