Light Therapy Research
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Click to read this overview study on Low-Level Light Therapy at PubMed.gov
Quote below from the article Conclusion:
"The day may not be far off when most homes will have a light source (most likely a LED device) to be used for aches, pains, cuts, bruises, joints, and which can also be applied to the hair and even transcranially to the brain."
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