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The effect of light on humans is rich and varied. Since the start of the new millennium, following the discovery of an additional route of influence, the non-visual consequences of light have increasingly been the subject of academic attention. It has now been been established that a previously unknown third photoreceptor – intrinsically photosensitive retinal ganglion cells (or ipRGC) – plays a key role in controlling numerous processes in the body. These processes primarily affect the daily tempo (or circadian rhythm) of an individual, which can thereby have implications for long-term health, immediate well-being and general performance

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