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.

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