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Green, A., Barak, S., Shine, L., Kahane, A., & Dagan, Y. (2020). Exposure by males to light emitted from media devices at night is linked with decline of sperm quality and correlated with sleep quality measures. Chronobiol Int, 37(3), 414–424.
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Gringras, P., Middleton, B., Skene, D. J., & Revell, V. L. (2015). Bigger, Brighter, Bluer-Better? Current Light-Emitting Devices – Adverse Sleep Properties and Preventative Strategies. Front Public Health, 3, 233.
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Gubin, D., Weinert, D., Solovieva, S. V., Durov, A. M., Litvinova, N. S., Danilova, L. A., et al. (2020). Melatonin attenuates light-at-night effects on systolic blood pressure and body temperature but does not affect diastolic blood pressure and heart rate circadian rhythms. Biological Rhythm Research, 51(5), 780–793.
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Haim, A., & Zubidat, A. E. (2015). Artificial light at night: melatonin as a mediator between the environment and epigenome. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci, 370, 20140121.
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