Jan 31 2011

Energy saving light bulbs ‘could trigger breast cancer’

Published by Editor at 2:59 pm under University in the Media

January 31, 2011  The Telegraph

Energy saving light bulbs could result in higher breast cancer rates if used late at night, an academic has claimed. Abraham Haim, a professor of biology at Haifa University in Israel, said that the bluer light that compact flourescent lamps (CFLs) emitted closely mimiced daylight, disrupting the body’s production of the hormone melatonin more than older-style filament bulbs, which cast a yellower light.

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