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Czeisler, C. A. (2013). Perspective: casting light on sleep deficiency. Nature, 497(7450), S13.
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Falchi, F., Cinzano, P., Elvidge, C. D., Keith, D. M., & Haim, A. (2011). Limiting the impact of light pollution on human health, environment and stellar visibility. J Environ Manage, 92(10), 2714–2722.
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Fonken, L. K., Lieberman, R. A., Weil, Z. M., & Nelson, R. J. (2013). Dim light at night exaggerates weight gain and inflammation associated with a high-fat diet in male mice. Endocrinology, 154(10), 3817–3825.
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Pauley, S. M. (2004). Lighting for the human circadian clock: recent research indicates that lighting has become a public health issue. Med Hypotheses, 63(4), 588–596.
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Smith, M. (2009). Time to turn off the lights. Nature, 457(7225), 27.
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Solano Lamphar, H. A., & Kocifaj, M. (2013). Light pollution in ultraviolet and visible spectrum: effect on different visual perceptions. PLoS One, 8(2), e56563.
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Spivey, A. (2010). Light at night and breast cancer risk worldwide (Vol. 118).
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Srinivasan, V., Spence, D. W., Pandi-Perumal, S. R., Trakht, I., Esquifino, A. I., Cardinali, D. P., et al. (2008). Melatonin, environmental light, and breast cancer. Breast Cancer Res Treat, 108(3), 339–350.
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Stevens, R. G. (2006). Artificial lighting in the industrialized world: circadian disruption and breast cancer. Cancer Causes Control, 17(4), 501–507.
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