Exposure To Light At Night May Cause Depression

Exposure To Light At Night May Cause Depression
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A new study reveals the possible negative effects of artificial light.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 22 november 2010

PSFK recently took note of the negative effects of nightly exposure to light as it pertains to gaining weight. Ohio State neuroscientist Tracy Bedrosian adds to this by arguing that prolonged exposure to light at night may cause depression.

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