Research into light sensitivity shows how the human eye responds to “invisible light,” impacting several important biological functions

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(Natural News) Recent studies on the mammalian eye shed light on why some people have excessive light sensitivity. These new discoveries may contribute to developing effective therapies for individuals who experience migraine headaches and concussions with light sensitivity. Melanopsin is a protein in the eye that is sensitive to blue light, and establishes our circadian rhythms…

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