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Readers Not Concerned About LED Street Lights, But Should Be

In the Sunday Poll a few days ago nearly three-quarters of readers weren’t concerned about health warnings from new LED street lights, here are the results: Q: St. Louis is replacing old street lights with LED units. How concerned are you about possible negative health effects of unseen blue light from...
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