Does Blue Light From Our Phones, Laptops Damage Our Eyes? – Bloomberg

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Hi, it’s Ilena in NYC. I learned recently that my computer’s night mode, an orange tint that is supposed to minimize blue light, might not be all that helpful in protecting my eyes. But first…
My screens have been tinted orange since the pandemic, when I started putting in double-digit hours in front of my laptop and phone. I searched (online, of course) for advice, and came across apps, products and articles on blue light, which comes from the sun, LED lights and electronic devices.


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