Few Studies Exist on the Negative Effects of Television and Long Exposure to Artificial Red, Green and Blue Light

The symptoms of long exposure to red green and blue light emitted from TV are rarely studied, and, according to research by Jerry Mander, long exposure could be harmful.

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Mander points out, in his book Four Arguments for the Elimination of Television, there is very little research or knowledge on the effects of red, green and blue (RGB) light  on our bodies. RGB light is projected from TV screens, which means television is potentially harmful.
Jerry Mander, author of Four Arguments for the Elimination of Television.  
Dr. John Ott, author of Health and Light, concluded that lethal cell changes develop in laboratory animals under different colored artificial light sources.

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