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Kayumov, L.; Casper, R.F.; Hawa, R.J.; Perelman, B.; Chung, S.A.; Sokalsky, S.; Shapiro, C.M. Blocking low-wavelength light prevents nocturnal melatonin suppression with no adverse effect on performance during simulated shift work 2005 The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 90 2755-2761
Mortazavi, S.A.R., Parhoodeh, S., Hosseini, M.A., Arabi, H., Malakooti, H., Nematollahi, S., Mortazavi, G., Darvish, L., Mortazavi, S.M.J. Blocking Short-Wavelength Component of the Visible Light Emitted by Smartphones’ Screens Improves Human Sleep Quality 2018 Journal of Biomedical Physics and Engineering 8 375-380
Lely van der, S.; Frey, S.; Garbazza, C., Wirz-Justice, A.; Jenni, O.G.; Steiner, R.; Wolf, S.; Cajochen, C.; Bromundt, V.; Schmidt, C. Blue Blocker Glasses as a Countermeasure for Alerting Effects of Evening Light-Emitting Diode Screen Exposure in Male Teenagers 2015 Journal of Adolescent Health 56 113-119
Dong, K.; Goyarts, E.C.; Pelle, E.; Trivero, J.; Pernodet, N. Blue Light disrupts the circadian rhythm and create damage in skin cells 2019 International Journal of Cosmetic Science in press
Stern, M.; Broja, M.; Sansone, R.; Grone, M.; Skene, S.S.; Liebmann, J.; Suschek, C.V.; Born, M.; Kelm, M.; Heiss, C. Blue light exposure decreases systolic blood pressure, arterial stiffness, and improves endothelial function in humans 2018 European Journal of Preventive Cardiology 25 1875-1883