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But the new study.

But the new study, published online in the journal Molecular Psychiatry, also offers some hope. The good people who people who stay up late may be in front of TV and computer capable of some of the harmful effects only by resorting to a regular light-dark cycle and minimize their exposure to artificial light at undone overnight, Bedrosian said, This is what the results that we would suggest found in hamsters. .

In the first experiment, spent half of the hamster 8 weeks in a standard light-dark cycle of 16 hours light and 8 hours of complete darkness each day. The other half spent the first four weeks with 16 hours of normal daylight and 8 hours of dim light – 5 lux, or the equivalent of a TV in a darkened room. Continue reading

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