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Chellappa, S. L., Viola, A. U., Schmidt, C., Bachmann, V., Gabel, V., Maire, M., et al. (2012). Human melatonin and alerting response to blue-enriched light depend on a polymorphism in the clock gene PER3. J Clin Endocrinol Metab, 97(3), E433–7.
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Fritschi, L., Erren, T. C., Glass, D. C., Girschik, J., Thomson, A. K., Saunders, C., et al. (2013). The association between different night shiftwork factors and breast cancer: a case-control study. Br J Cancer, 109(9), 2472–2480.
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Kamrowski, R. L., Sutton, S. G., Tobin, R. C., & Hamann, M. (2014). Potential applicability of persuasive communication to light-glow reduction efforts: a case study of marine turtle conservation. Environ Manage, 54(3), 583–595.
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Landers, J. A., Tamblyn, D., & Perriam, D. (2009). Effect of a blue-light-blocking intraocular lens on the quality of sleep. J Cataract Refract Surg, 35(1), 83–88.
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Li, Q., Zheng, T., Holford, T. R., Boyle, P., Zhang, Y., & Dai, M. (2010). Light at night and breast cancer risk: results from a population-based case-control study in Connecticut, USA. Cancer Causes Control, 21(12), 2281–2285.
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Mottram, V., Middleton, B., Williams, P., & Arendt, J. (2011). The impact of bright artificial white and 'blue-enriched' light on sleep and circadian phase during the polar winter. J Sleep Res, 20(1 Pt 2), 154–161.
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Peplonska, B., Bukowska, A., Sobala, W., Reszka, E., Gromadzinska, J., Wasowicz, W., et al. (2012). Rotating night shift work and mammographic density. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev, 21(7), 1028–1037.
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Schmoll, C., Khan, A., Aspinall, P., Goudie, C., Koay, P., Tendo, C., et al. (2014). New light for old eyes: comparing melanopsin-mediated non-visual benefits of blue-light and UV-blocking intraocular lenses (Vol. 98).
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Vollmer, C., Michel, U., & Randler, C. (2012). Outdoor light at night (LAN) is correlated with eveningness in adolescents. Chronobiol Int, 29(4), 502–508.
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