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Can a light bulb prevent cancer?

CLEVELAND — A group of scientists at John Carroll University developed a light bulb that removes the harmful blue rays believed to play a role in cancer. The specially coated light bulbs give off a yellow light which doesn’t disrupt the body’s production of melatonin which helps fight cancer. It’s been speculated that exposure to […]

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Lighting Innovations LLC Introduces Products to Reduce the Risk of Cancer

Lighting Innovations LLC, a partnership of three veteran scientists who have collectively been awarded more than 100 U.S. patents and millions of dollars in federal research funding, today launched a web site (www.LowBlueLights.com), through which it will sell lighting-related products that filter out harmful blue rays believed to play a role in cancer. The lighting […]

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