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Do blue-light glasses really work?

Blue-light glasses are said to reduce eye strain when using computers, improve your sleep and protect your eye health...But do they work? Or could they do you harm?

The research team at the University of Melbourne, along with collaborators from Monash University and City, University of London conducted a systematic review and found that there was no benefit of using blue light-filtering lenses, over standard (clear) lenses to reduce eye strain with computer use. This conclusion was based on consistent findings from three studies that evaluated effects on eye strain over time periods ranging from two hours to five days.

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From ABC News; The Conversation By Laura Downie (posted on Monday 25th September 2023)

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