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Poor Sleep Tied to Increased Alzheimer’s Risk

Poor sleep may be an indication of increased risk for Alzheimer’s disease, a new study of older people suggests. Researchers studied 101 cognitively normal people, average age 63, who completed

Increase Student Performance

Ask yourself 1) Are you truly an innovative school making the learning atmosphere superior to others for the benefit of your students? 2) Do your ESE students get every opportunity

Increase Your Senior Living Occupancy

A prospective resident's family comes to visit your facility. In this competitive market, they have several local choices of facilities, so why choose yours?  During their tour of your facility,

Color Tunable Lighting in Office Spaces can Increase Staff Productivity

In an article recently released by BIZ LED, an independent LED lighting community site, explains how lighting similar to the WalaLight Healthy Lighting System has a direct impact on the

First School in United States to use Tunable LED Lighting

  29.09.2015   News / Articles

An article recently released by Lux, the independent LED lighting review site, highlights a recent LED lighting installation at a public school located in Des Moines, Iowa.  It is very

Your Body’s Witching Hours

  3.06.2015   News / Articles

In an article recently published by the Wall Street Journal, “Your Body’s Witching Hours,” researchers explain how important it really is to have an entrained circadian rhythm for health and

White Paper Released On Promoting Elder Wellness With Artificial Light

  10.02.2015   News / Articles

Rodney Smith, the Chief Technology Officer of uSaveLED and inventor of the award-winning WalaLight System, recently authored a white paper titled “Promoting Elder Wellness with Artificial Light” that is being

Take Advantage Of The Expanded Section 179 Tax Deduction For Acquisition Of Equipment in 2014

  25.12.2014   News / Articles

The Tax Extenders Act, also known as H.R. 5771: Tax Increase Prevention Act of 2014, was recently approved by the House and Senate and signed into law by President Obama. 

Study Being Conducted On How Blue Light Impacts Natural Circadian Rhythm

  10.12.2014   News / Articles

An article recently published on Phys.org, a leading online news service dedicated to science, research and technology, shared information about a study being funded by the National Institutes of Health

Facts About Circadian Rhythms

  8.12.2014   News / Articles

The National Institute of General Medical Sciences has published a fact sheet about circadian rhythms that provides a wealth of information related to what circadian rhythms are and how they