By Frank Gimbel, ABOC-AC Screens are just about everywhere we look today. Whether they are in the form of flat-screen TVs, PCs, laptops, cell phones, media players, smart watches, or some other technology, all of these devices can emit harmful blue light that can create digital...

According to a new article published by Newsweek, a recent small study of 23 bipolar disorder patients by Dr. Tone Henriksen from the University of Bergen and Valen Hospital in Norway yielded some major results. During a one-week period, 12 individuals were given eyewear designed...

A growing number of optometrists and other medical experts have begun to get very serious about digital eyestrain. Helping give the subject recent headway in the eye care spectrum was a new study released by Vision Service Plan (VSP being the moniker most are familiar...

Since being established, GUNNAR Optiks has been sharing that blue light emitted from digital devices manipulates your brain into slowing production of natural melatonin. The wavelength of blue light that is emitted from digital devices is similar to blue light that comes from the sun. As the...

According to a recent Mashable article, for most of us, looking at digital screen all day is virtually unavoidable. This extended digital screen viewing can cause cases of digital eye strain. A myriad of factors lead to digital eye strain, but the real truth is...

Article via @sethporges A recent article on Bloomberg.com explores the affects of blue light from digital devices on sleep patterns. The article discusses different solutions for reducing blue light to ensure a good nights sleep. The article explains; to understand the science: When you look at a bright screen,...

[via WIRED] A fast-growing body of research has linked artificial light exposure to disruptions in circadian rhythms, the light-triggered releases of hormones that regulate bodily function. Circadian disruption has in turn been linked to a host of health problems, from cancer to diabetes, obesity and depression. “Everything...

There is an alarming upward trend in myopia, a.k.a. nearsightedness, in the past several years. According to a recent research study,  60 years ago, only 10% to 20% of the Chinese population was nearsighted, today that they are  at 90% among teens and young adults. More than...