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Is a blacklight bad for your eyes?

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Black lights produce light in the UV range, their spectrum is confined to the longwave UVA region, that is, UV radiation nearest in wavelength to visible light, with low frequency and therefore relatively low energy. UVA is the safest of the three spectra of UV light, although high exposure to UVA has been linked to the development of skin cancer in humans.

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