Keeping the 'grave' out of 'graveyard shift'
By Erin Allday
The San Francisco Chronicle
Ga. jail officers to try 12-hour shift
SAN FRANCISCO — When Debbie Toms first started working nights as a respiratory therapist, co-workers teased her that the graveyard shift would "take 10 years off your life," she said.
It never occurred to her that there might be some truth to the statement.
Copyright © 2013 LexisNexis, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
Full story: Keeping the 'grave' out of 'graveyard shift'