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Introducing our newest addition in eyewear, “Defenders”

We’ve just added our newest design in sleep glasses, the “Defenders”.  These handsome, all matte-black polycarbonate frames are perfect for military personnel where a more-conservative look is necessary.  As always, these glasses provide a comfort fit and have polycarbonate lenses that are treated with a hard coat to help prevent scratching. The lenses are shaped to reduce peripheral […]

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WKYC Channel 3’s Sleep Week interview with Dr. Edward Carome

Video from WKYC Channel 3’s Sleep Week.  Maureen Kyle from WKYC interview’s LowBlueLights.com co-founder Dr. Edward Carome at John Carroll University during their ongoing Sleep Week.   Discussion about nightime light affecting melatonin production/sleep quality and its implications on health and well-being. http://www.wkyc.com/news/news_article.aspx?storyid=169419

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Channel 5 WEWS Introduces Sleep Aid Glasses

Cleveland’s WEWS Channel 5 Consumer Reporter Angie Lau introduces LowBlueLight’s Sleep Glasses to the market as she interviews Dr. Richard Hansler.  Since this 2007 segment aired, sales of glasses have soared into the thousands as insomnia sufferers continue to discover the great benefits that can be gained by using our innovative sleep glasses and other natural sleep products. Courtesy of YouTube.com

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Special Nursery Lights Help to Avoid Postpartum Depression

University scientists have developed special light bulbs for the nursery that don’t give off the blue rays that cause melatonin suppression. They allow mothers to keep making melatonin when they get up at night to care for their baby. This prevents disrupting their circadian cycle. Many studies show that disruption of the circadian cycle can […]

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Bright Idea

Pepper Pike startup introduces light bulbs and filters that block blue light and might lead to the prevention of cancer. By BRANDON GLENN 9:29 am, August 10, 2005 Three John Carroll University scientists have started a new company that they hope will reduce people’s risk of developing cancer — one light bulb at a time. […]

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