Posts Tagged: winter

Lots of people have sleep difficulty and depression-like symptoms in the middle of winter.  Some are diagnosed with something called Seasonal Affective Disorder – and some of those are successfully treated with light therapy. There’s been some compelling research these last few years into the health impacts from our portable electronic devices (smartphones, e-readers, tablet computers) and LCD displays (computers and televisions).  One of the things researchers have discovered is that all of these devices emit much higher levels of white and blue light, and that high levels of white and blue light interrupt production of… Read Article →

These are starting to come in to the feeders now that it’s been cold for some time. They seem to come around more when there’s some snow. They’re very small and cute! Also very round! That black cape makes them easy to spot against a snowy background!!

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