Femto Photography: Capturing Photons at a Trillion Frames Per Second

Discussing the movement of photons is one thing, but capturing the movement of photons in slow motion with capable camera equipment is another thing entirely.  On July 26, 2012, MIT Associate...

Can Thought Remedy Headaches?

In a video published on March 17, 2012, but more recently gaining some attention, Kamil walks viewers through the process of answering questions about their headaches.  In some cases, viewers report...

Ketogenic diet reduces migraines

Want to reduce migraines while losing more weight than you ever thought possible?  It may sound too good to be true - but it's not.  Ketosis can be achieved...

Sensory Exotica author on color

A brief Q&A session of Howard Hughes, author of “Sensory Exotica: A World beyond Human Experience” was published at TheDartmouth.com.   While not directly related to light sensitivity per-se,...
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Rome loses romantic glow to harsh LED streetlights

Rome is presently undertaking a $52m overhaul of street lighting, some of which illuminates the world's most beautiful architecture.  Early reports indicate the City opted for harsher LEDs rather...
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Brain’s builder cells turn toxic following injury

In a fascinating study published in Nature, researchers found that astrocytes that exist in the brain to protect neurons take on a more toxic role following a brain injury. In...
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Flickering street light blamed for seizure

Flicker from a faulty street light in Calgary, Canada, resulted in a seizure when Kathryn Mackay was inadvertently exposed to the flashing light.  While the story is exceptional, it...
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Early study links low Vitamin D levels with headache

In a study published on January 3, 2017, Finnish researchers studied a group of 2,601 Finnish men between the ages of 42-60 years old and found that lower levels of...

Your brain processes visual information you don’t realize you see

In a recent study, NYU researchers flashed a low-contrast image of striped circles rotated to different angles in front of participants.  The duration each participant was exposed to the...

Study finds flicker may activate immune response against toxic Alzheimer’s proteins

In a study published to Nature.com on December 7, 2016, researchers found that exposing subject mice to flicker for one hour each day for seven days reduced the buildup...

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