This infographic provided by was based on statistics,show the significant differences between the day and night shifts at the hospital, which can lead to complications, medical errors and deaths of the patients.

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  1. […] hours or 12 hours. Whatever the case may be, there would be nurses who would be assigned to work on graveyard duty, away from the sun and into the difficult, Melatonin-rich evening. Working the graveyard shift is […]