Sex and age were determined from each worker’s unique Danish civil registration number. BMI (Body Mass Index) was calculated as weight (kg) divided by height (m) squared (kg/m2). Information on smoking-status was obtained by the question: “Do you smoke?” with four response categories: daily smoking, occasionally smoking, formerly smoked, and never smoked. The variable was dichotomized into smokers and non-smokers (including former smokers). Information on shift work was obtained using the question: “At what time(s) of the day do you usually work in your main occupation?” with three response categories: fixed day work, night/varying work hours with night, and other. The variable was dichotomized into workers with and without fixed day work. Work duration was calculated as the log of total accelerometer-derived work time [32].

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