Tue, 7 January 2014
On today’s show we talk to Dr. Richard Hansler co-founder of lowbluelights.com and adjunct professor at John Carroll University. Dr. Hansler spent 42 years as a senior scientist at the world-renowned GE Nela Park lighting laboratory, where he was instrumental in the development of several lighting techniques and applications. We talk about artificial lights, melatonin and cancer risks, circadian rhythms, rapid eye movement, memory loss, f.lux software, pregnancy and babies, depression and Ambien.
In our Humans Being Human segment we hear hilarious stories from Jason Seib and Ben Greenfield.
Then it’s the Simply Human Tip of the Week which is BE MORE RANDOM.
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