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If we examine what we do know, we can hypothesize why they may appear. We know they are benign tumors. That means it's technically un-checked cellular growth. When there is uncontrollable cellular growth there is usually some type of genetic mutation that bypasses the normal controls of cellular division. Considering the more rapid development of skin ...


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Yes. Natural sunlight doesn't have a good substituent. Melatonin levels and circardian rhythms are directly affected by natural sunlight. As far as LEDs goes, a french study concluded that blue light may have photochemical risks and affect our retina. Source ...



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