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More Research Explains Winter-Time Blues

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“It’s a bit like changing the color balance on your TV.”

“Scientists at England’s University of York have shed new light on how humans process color that reveals we see things differently in winter compared with summer,” writes a Kentucky optometrist. Said one researcher, she says: “We are finding that between seasons our vision adapts to changes in environment. It’s a bit like changing the color balance on your TV.”

Read more at Kentucky Forward

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