What looks like regular white light is a full spectrum of colors. Blue light is the most intense.
Blue light from LED and fluorescent lighting, as well as monitors, tablets and mobile devices, can negatively affect vision over the long term.*
*American Optometric Association
Children’s eyes are still developing, making them more susceptible to retinal damage from the blue light that shines from typical screens.*
*Light-emitting diodes (LED) for domestic lighting: Any risks for the eye? F. Behar- Cohen, C. Martinsons, et al., Progress in Retinal and Eye Research 2011.
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