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Hit the Lights

What It Is

ver since NASA began studying light-emitting diodes (LED) in 2000 to help astronauts reset their circadian rhythms, LED has advisory board member Ellen Marmur, MD. The overall appeal: There’s zero pain or downtime. “The concept of is outdated,” she says.

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