Stop Daylight-Saving Time? Clocks were moved forward one hour recently, but some health experts say it might be better if time changes ended for good. It’s more than an inconvenience…

Flickering Light Mobilizes Brain Chemistry That May Fight Alzheimer’s Alzheimer’s strikes, with few exceptions, late in life. It destroys up to 30% of a brain’s mass, carving out ravines…

SAD and Beyond: From Light Therapy to Light Hygiene Light therapy for those who suffer from seasonal (SAD) and non-seasonal depression has well documented benefits. For many who suffer…

Bright Sunlight Exposure May Decrease Risk for Type 2 Diabetes & Cardiovascular Disease Increased bright sunlight exposure may be associated with a reduced risk for type 2 diabetes and heart disease…

Color and Light Matter in Medicine Colors matter in medicine because humans are defined by the light they absorb and re-radiate. We are color. We are light! God is light. We are the light of this world…

Shorter Days Can Make You SAD It’s that time of year, the days are getting shorter and the nights are becoming longer. The sun is setting earlier in the day and rising later in the morning…

The Hidden Dangers of LED Lighting There are major downsides to most LED lights that are not well known. If you choose to ignore these facts, it could lead to age-related macular dege…

Heart Health & Light The appearance of sunlight and the advent of oxygen on Earth were undoubtedly the most dramatic environmental changes during evolution. As a resul…

Worry about the amount of light at night more than the blue light By MARK HALPER: A top lighting research group has reported that the amount of light at night — light levels plus duration — can potentially distu…