Goodnight, mood: night shifts can be hazardous to your health
Studies have found a correlation to cancer, heart disease, depression and unhealthy behavior.
For 10 years, professional deejay Joseph Star, 33, has been living a topsy-turvy life: working all night and having breakfast in the afternoon. His workday starts at dusk and usually ends around 3 A.M., but sometimes not until 5 A.M. He can’t remember the last time he went to bed at the same time as his wife.