The Blue Light Special with Joshua Rosenthal, MD
Updated: May 16, 2019
Most of us have probably been awake in the night and decided to do a little work on our laptops or check our phones for messages, tweets or posts. So we turn on our computers or our phones, and suddenly we are bathed in a soft blue light.
Blue light is a natural part of the light spectrum, and combined with other parts of the spectrum it helps us see and appreciate the world around us. But all by itself, it might be having a harmful impact.
On this edition of Green Street we talk about blue light and its possible impacts on human health with Dr. Joshua Rosenthal, ENT-otolaryngologist based in Huntington, New York. He is board certified in sleep medicine, and his website is joshuarosenthalmd.com.