The biggest game changer since Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring.

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night skyline of city lit up with artificial lights
Modern lighting has created an epidemic of breast & prostate cancer, diabetes and heart disease because we use the wrong lights at the wrong time.
An eye-opening lucid explanation of the science and why our current LEDs and fluorescent lights must be replaced with healthy circadian lights.
Vital reading for everyone who wants to protect the health of their family.

The Science and Solutions for Replacing Your Lights Now to Protect Your Health

Table of Contents

Introduction: Questions before switching on the lights

Part 1: Electric Havoc

1. Edison’s Cancer Epidemic

2. Goodbye Milky Way

3. Clockwork Blue

4. Human Light Interaction

5. When Scientists Agree

Part 2: Engineering The Solution

6. Bringing the Outside Indoors

7. Tuning to the Right Wavelength

8. Creating Healthy Light

9. Evidence-Based Circadian Lights

Part 3: Lighting Your Own Life

10. How to be a Smart Consumer

11. When You Don’t Control the Space

12. It’s Time to Light Up Your Life

Best Selling Books By Dr. Martin Moore-Ede

the 24 hour society book cover
Publisher ‏ : ‎ Addison-Wesley
ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 0201577119
ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-0201577112

“Important work” Fred Smith, CEO FedEx

“Should be read by everyone” Dr Francis Moore, Chief of Surgery, Harvard

“Engaging book offers a human centric approach” Rosabeth Moss Kanter, Harvard Business School

“Helped us resolve major health safety and industrial problems” David Morton, CEO Alcan

“Dr Moore-Ede’s book is a must read”. Gary Countryman, CEO Liberty Mutual

Today’s sophisticated technology and integrated global economy have led to great advances but have failed to consider human limitations. The Chernobyl explosion, the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster, Three Mile Island, and tens of thousands of smaller accidents, as well as billions of dollars of productivity losses, were the result of human fatigue. Dr. Moore-Ede brings together the latest scientific findings and presents an array of management tools and technologies that monitor alertness and performance impairment. He shows how to rethink work schedules, manage information flow and improve working environments.
the clocks that time us
Publisher ‏ : ‎ Harvard University Press
ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 9780674135802
ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-0674135802
This book is the outgrowth of seven years of collaboration which started in the physiological laboratories at Harvard Medical School. We came from different backgrounds: one of us a physician and mammalian physiologist, another a biologist, and the third a neuroscientist. Although each of us was interested in timekeeping processes, we found that our preconceptions and diverse scientific backgrounds led to many a long debate on the mechanisms of biological clocks and the ways that mammalian behavior and physiology are scheduled within the 24-hour day.

In the course of our discussions it became clear that just as mammalian physiology can be conceptually divided into cardiovascular, respiratory, and other systems, so can a circadian timing system be defined. This system, concerned with the timing and coordination of events within an approximately 24-hour time scale, has its own set of specialized structures, mechanisms, and functions. The circadian timing system can thus be analyzed using the same intellectual rubric as the other, better-established organ systems. Knowledge about the structure and function of the circadian timing systein has been rapidly expanding over the last twenty-five years; its enormous import for physiological regulation and its implications for