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Internal Clock #288501

CBS Evening News for Friday, Feb 11, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Ogden, UT) Efforts of human body to adapt to abrupt changes in schedule such as those demanded by night work examined. [Harvard health policy director Dr. Charles CZEISLER - notes society's demands on 24-hr. work.] Solution devised by Great Salt Lake Minerals and Chemicals Corporation described. [Plant manager Preston RICHEY - recalls problems under traditional system.] [Scott NIELSEN and Scott FREESTONE - praise new schedule.] United States Olympic Committee said considering study of body clocks and athletic performance; similar undertakings by NASA, Nuclear Regulatory Cmsn., police depts. noted. Three Mile Island accident recalled happening in early morning. [National Association Police Psychologists spokesperson Harvey GOLDSTEIN - notes impact of night work on police officers' psychological state.]
REPORTER: Susan Spencer

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Spencer, Susan
Duration:
00:04:10

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