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  1. Sharon Vaselenak says:

    A link that you might be interested in: Dr Helen Irlen in California has been researching light sensitivity and it’s impact on reading for almost 2 decades. A significant proportion of the population (perhaps up to 15%) are adversely affected by their exposure to fluorescent lights, especially in terms of reading ability, fatigue and headaches. While her work only covers a small subset of the adverse effects of fluorescent lights, even predating CFl’s, some people may find it helpful to look at her website: for suggestions on how to make accommodations in the school/workplace. As computer monitors are now mainly fluorescent back lit, they can trigger adverse symptoms as well.

    Sharon Vaselenak MD, CCFP, FCFP

  2. admin says:

    Thank you. Your suggestion is appreciated.

    As you can see, Dr. Kenneth Ciuffreda has also done research on this topic. In fact I have glasses made with a tint he recommended to filter out some of the flicker from the CFLs.

  3. Thank you for the updates about the proposed bill. What is your mailing address? Thanks.

  4. Larry Phillips says:

    If you folks want to be taken seriously, you could start by getting your medical terminology correct. What do you mean by “type A” and “Type B” diabetes? I have type 2, and know some people with tpe 1. There are several other classifications, as a quick look on the net will show you. You could try Wikipedia for starters.

  5. admin says:

    Thank you for the info. Sorry for the error. We’ll correct it.

    If you have a problem with CFLs, please be certain that the problems are very serious. Perhaps you may want to read Dr. Ciuffreda’s study under the “Studies” tab. Also, Dr. Havas’ research, in the videos on the Home page, may be of interest. The 16X9 videos are quite interesting as they show how CFLs affect some people. We are grateful to our Canadian neighbors for their hard work on these issues.

  6. Lorena says:

    Thank you very much for the website!. Good Lord!, all the information here is amazing!!!.
    I´m from Argentina and here….the bulb was banned….and we just have CFL lights. This is hell. Believe me. My husband has chronic migraine and now his life is just unberable

  7. Ruth Baird says:

    Thought this might be of interest on this topic from a consumer health advocate/activist:

  8. Margaret Baird says:

    Jerry, with your background as an engineer, could you write and post a general letter for sufferers’ use in requesting a lighting accommodation,
    especially in medical establishments, educational environments, places of worship? The one from Helen Irlen is very helpful. Perhaps Drs. Havas, Ciuffreda, Perlmann would be willing to do this as well?

  9. admin says:

    Hi, Margaret. is your cell number still the same? Mine is. Let’s talk.

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