Published by the journal Nature, the new study from the University of Oregon (UO) confirms the results of the scientific experiments with fruit flies exposed to blue light, die much earlier than those that are not exposed, showing a 42% difference in mortality between the groups.
We recently ran across a case from one of our own families that is a testament to what we have been saying all along.
The Government of France has already banned the use of mobile phones in classrooms more than a year ago. More and more governments now are beginning to take similar measures to protect children from exposure to toxic screens.
Although the most serious direct effect of blue light is retina damage, the latest study shows new properties in correlation with an increase in obesity and diabetes particularly in children.
For the eyes, the difference is much greater at night. The eyes are less prepared to receive too much light at night because they are accustomed to the naturally less light exposure when the sun goes down.
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