We all love our tablets, don’t we?  Whether it’s an iPad, a Kindle or a Samsung Galaxy, tablets have made our lives more productive and oh so much more fun! But Harvard research is now concluding that there may be a dark side to our love affair with the tablet.  Like that hot guy that

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A new study by Ryerson University in Toronto found that  “cognitive” behavioral therapy to treat insomnia also resulted in 87 percent of study patients having their depression symptoms disappear. While the study, according to The New York Times, found that  “curing insomnia in people with depression could double their chance of a full recovery,” researchers

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I travel a lot, and whenever I see one of those curly-shaped, energy efficient compact fluorescent light bulbs in a hotel room, it gets me quite upset, because I realize how much we’ve been brainwashed into accepting a misguided form of lighting that’s doing us more harm than good. In fact, the more I learn

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Recently, ExxonMobil has been running a series of commercials on the impact that compact fluorescent lights (CFLs) can make on energy savings — a campaign I consider tremendously ill-conceived. What those TV spots should be promoting are energy-saving light-emitting diodes, or LEDs. When the whole story is told, it’s obvious that ditching those CFLs needs

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The American Academy Of Sleep Medicine estimates that 30 to 40% of adults have trouble sleeping, and research has shown that Blue Light is one of the leading causes of sleep disruption.  And, Blue Light is everywhere.  No wonder insomnia is one of the top reasons people visit their doctors these days. We’re exposed to

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