Ever since the discovery that light—and particularly blue light—can suppress
melatonin and alter the timing of our circadian clocks, evidence has been
building that exposure to even low levels of light in the evening and during the
early part of the night may be affecting the quality of our sleep.
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Median annual ROI more than double for every dollar spent by companies with
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A small body of evidence suggests that when it comes to decision making, indoor
air may matter more than we have realized.
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