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Buyer's Guides - Book Reading Lights

Book Reading Lights

Book lights are important if you want to keep your vision healthy over the years. Position your lamps and other lighting sources in such a way that it reflects directly onto the page without creating shadows. Many lighting fixtures like desk lamps and bedside table lamps are good examples of book lights, while other direct sources of lighting (like pendant lighting) can also work.
Buyer's Guides - Full Spectrum Lamp Buyer's Guide

Full Spectrum Lamp Buyer's Guide

Nothing compares to natural light – that is, the light that comes from the sun. Right? Maybe not. It is a good thing that there is a man-made light that effectively mimics this, allowing you to enjoy it even when the sun does not decide to shine on a given day. This is light that comes from a full spectrum lamp.
Buyer's Guides - About full spectrum lighting

About full spectrum lighting

Full Spectrum lighting attempts to emulate the beneficial wavelengths found in sunlight, which are necessary for peak health.

Technically speaking, Full Spectrum light covers the electromagnetic spectrum from infrared through near-ultraviolet, or all wavelengths that are useful to plant or animal life; in particular, sunlight is considered full spectrum, even though the solar spectral distribution reaching Earth varies with time of day, latitude, and atmospheric conditions.
Buyer's Guides - Lighting: The Next Generation

Lighting: The Next Generation

Many people believe that at least some of the current environmental challenges are linked to energy use. Fossil fuels used to generate electricity are known to pollute the environment. Part of the solution to the problem may be found in the use of "green" or energy efficient lighting. Green lighting is good for the environment and easy on the wallet because the more energy saved, the less money is needed to pay for it. 

The choices of green lighting include artificial sunlight that can be used as a remedy for winter depression when the days are shorter. Another green lighting choice is full spectrum lighting which creates an effect similar to natural sunlight. Beyond that, Energy Star has predicted that if people in the U.S. were to trade five of their inefficient lamps with Energy Star approved lamps, greenhouse gases can be dramatically reduced. 

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