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Age of Enlightenment: The Promise of Circadian Lighting

Environmental cues are critical to establishing proper circadian rhythm. This article focuses on the role daytime light exposure plays however it must be understood that this is a multi-faceted process. Attention to nighttime light exposure must be made otherwise one’s circadian clock cannot be properly set. LowBlueLights’ products (Sleep Glasses, blue-free bulbs & filters) are […]

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The Connection Between Macular Degeneration & Blue Light

It turns out that grandma was right: UV rays are harmful, and now blue light has been added to the club. Macular degeneration has no cure and is increasing in prevalence, so it is incumbent upon the ophthalmic profession to advise patients on how to protect one of their most precious assets —their vision. Practice: Blue-light blockers […]

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Sleep Specialist Jeffrey Rose Helps Students Develop Better Sleep Patterns

In an interview with WPIX11 News, sleep specialist Dr. Jeffrey Rose advocates using LowBlueLights blue-free bulbs to promote better sleep hygiene.   He recommends complete avoidance of normal room lighting an hour before bedtime and instead, only using LowBlueLights special bulbs that produce no blue light.  Dr. Rose says his children have only used LowBlueLights […]

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cbsnews.com: Should Light Bulbs Come With Health Warning Labels?

CBS News–June 10th, 2015 http://www.cbsnews.com/news/should-light-bulbs-come-with-warning-labels/ Lighting Science Group announced Tuesday that it would add warning labels to all its products, alerting consumers to the dangers of artificial light and directing them to a website where they can learn about the latest research. The labels say, “Exposure to certain electric lights may cause biological effects, some […]

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Abstract: Evening Use of Light-Emitting eReaders Negatively Affects Sleep, Circadian Timing, and Next-Morning Alertness

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2014 Dec 22. pii: 201418490. [Epub ahead of print] Evening use of light-emitting eReaders negatively affects sleep, circadian timing, and next-morning alertness. Chang A1, Aeschbach D2, Duffy JF3, Czeisler CA3. Author information 1Division of Sleep and Circadian Disorders, Departments of Medicine and Neurology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, […]

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