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domingo, 30 de julio de 2017

Obama Era Policy Causing MAJOR Health Issues

Even after Obama has been out of the White House for eight months, his policies are still leaving a bad taste in Americans’ mouths.

Back in 2007, Obama began a big push for America to replace incandescent light bulbs in their homes with government approved LED bulbs.

Turns out that wasn’t such a bright idea…

According to a British professor, LED light bulbs cause headaches and can create feelings of pain and dizziness.

Those symptoms are similar to the ones Americans have experienced under Obama’s disastrous healthcare policy, too.

It’s almost as if Obama based his every decision around how he could cause the most harm to our country and its citizens…

From The Blaze

Arnold Wilkins, a professor of psychology at the University of Essex, said LED lights dim by 100 percent, which means the turn on and off hundreds of times every second.

This constant flickering is not noticeable to many people, but Arnold said the effects of the flickering can include headaches, feelings of pain, and dizziness, according to a report by the Daily Mail (U.K.).

Writing for The Conversation, Wilkins said, “We know from earlier work on fluorescent lighting that even though the flicker is too fast to be visible, it remains a likely health hazard. In 1989, my colleagues and I compared fluorescent lighting that flickered 100 times a second with lights that appeared the same but didn’t flicker. We found that office workers were half as likely on average to experience headaches under the non-flickering lights.”

“No similar study has yet been performed for LED lights,” Wilkins continued.

In 2007, the Democrat-controlled Congress passed the Energy Independence and Security Act, a broad reform bill that was used by the Obama administration to phase out most traditional light bulbs.

President George W. Bush signed the Energy Independence and Security Act into law.


by Eren Moreno via TruthFeed

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