Press Releases

YumaLite Finalizes Deal with Arlene Dickinson and Bruce Croxon of CBC’s Dragons’ Den

TORONTO, ON–—Sean Miller, founder of YumaLite™, and Arlene Dickinson and Bruce Croxon of CBC’s Dragons’ Den are pleased to announce they have finalized an agreement pursuant to which Ms. Dickinson and Mr. Croxon will…

 

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YumaLite Light Therapy Visor featured on The Shopping Channel—Thursday January 5, 2012

TORONTO, ON–YumaLite™ is pleased to announce that its head-mounted medical light-therapy visor will be featured on The Shopping Channel on January 5, 2012.

 

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YumaLite Light Therapy Visor for Winter Blues Gets the Thumbs Up from All of the Dragons on the Dragons’ Den

If you have watched the Dragons’ Den in Canada or have seen the Shark Tank on ABC in the U.S., you know it’s very difficult to get the backing of one Dragon let alone…

 

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On Dragons’ Den – Toronto entrepreneur introduces a safe and effective light therapy device for millions who suffer from Winter Blues

TORONTO, ONTARIO—Mr. Sean Miller, 44, a Toronto-based entrepreneur with an interest in mental health advocacy, appears on the Dragons’ Den…

 

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YumaLite – the first safe, effective and convenient light therapy device for Winter Blues

TORONTO, ONTARIO—Mr. Sean Miller, a Toronto-based entrepreneur with an interest in mental health advocacy, is pleased to announce the launch of YumaLite™, a ground-breaking light therapy visor…

 

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Health and Wellness for Seniors through Light Therapy

Health and Wellness for Seniors through Light Therapy

For many, ageing is accompanied by health problems, both mental and physical. Cardiovascular disease, depression, insomnia, cancer and a host of other ailments are more prevalent among seniors than younger people. While we tend to accept that our risk for these diseases and conditions rises as a natural course of getting older, the truth is many of these risks are related to things over which we can exert some control, such as nutrition, exercise and our exposure to light. Read More

Dr. David Greenberg M.D. on YumaLite Light Therapy

Dr. David Greenberg explains how light therapy works – 44 seconds

Dr. David Greenberg on the science of light therapy and the body clock – 3 minutes

More about Dr. David Greenberg

Dr. David Greenberg M.D. explains how light works to improve our well-being. (44 seconds)


 

Dr. David Greenberg M.D. explains in greater detail the science behind light therapy as a method to help us regulate our body clock. (3 minutes)

 

Dr. David Greenberg M.D.

Dr. David Greenberg is a popular Canadian medical doctor. Read More

YumaLite on “Daytime” TV Show

Cyndi Edwards, host of the widely syndicated “Daytime” TV show, wears YumaLite™

YumaLite™ on Daytime TV Show.

What People Are Saying About YumaLite

See and hear what people are saying about how and why they use YumaLite™:

 

Janice Wismer on YumaLite Light Therapy.

 

Luca Lavorato on YumaLite Light Therapy.

 

Gail Tapscott on YumaLite Light Therapy.

 

Donald Cowper on YumaLite Light Therapy.

YumaLite Finalizes Deal with Arlene Dickinson and Bruce Croxon of CBC’s Dragons’ Den

YumaLite Finalizes Deal with Arlene Dickinson and Bruce Croxon of CBC’s Dragons’ Den

TORONTO, ON–—Sean Miller, founder of YumaLite™, and Arlene Dickinson and Bruce Croxon of CBC’s Dragons’ Den are pleased to announce they have finalized an agreement pursuant to which Ms. Dickinson and Mr. Croxon will invest in YumaLite™ through their respective investment vehicles. Under the terms of the agreement, Ms. Dickinson and Mr. Croxon will also provide ongoing strategic support to YumaLite™. Read More

YumaLite Light Therapy Visor featured on The Shopping Channel—Thursday January 5, 2012

YumaLite Light Therapy Visor featured on The Shopping Channel—Thursday January 5, 2012

Arlene Dickinson of CBC’s Dragons’ Den will join two of YumaLite™’s four segments on The Shopping Channel to promote the device.

TORONTO, ON–YumaLite™ is pleased to announce that its head-mounted medical light-therapy visor will be featured on The Shopping Channel on January 5, 2012. Read More

YumaLite Light Therapy Visor for Winter Blues Gets the Thumbs Up from All of the Dragons on the Dragons’ Den

YumaLite Light Therapy Visor for Winter Blues Gets the Thumbs Up from All of the Dragons on the Dragons’ Den

If you have watched the Dragons’ Den in Canada or have seen the Shark Tank on ABC in the U.S., you know it’s very difficult to get the backing of one Dragon let alone all of the Dragons. YumaLite™ so impressed the panel of business experts that they received offers from all five Dragons and agreed to a deal with four of the Dragons.

TORONTO, ON – YumaLite™ is pleased to announce its successful appearance on CBC’s Dragons’ Den culminating in a deal with four of the Dragons, which included the Dragons agreeing to help market YumaLite™ around the world. Read More

On Dragons’ Den – Toronto entrepreneur introduces a safe and effective light therapy device for millions who suffer from Winter Blues

On Dragons’ Den – Toronto entrepreneur introduces a safe and effective light therapy device for millions who suffer from Winter Blues

TORONTO, ONTARIO—Mr. Sean Miller, 44, a Toronto-based entrepreneur with an interest in mental health advocacy, appears on the Dragons’ Den, December 14, 2011 at 8:00 PM (8:30 PM in NFLD) on CBC Television to pitch YumaLite™, his new light therapy visor. Read More

YumaLite – the first safe, effective and convenient light therapy device for Winter Blues

YumaLite – the first safe, effective and convenient light therapy device for Winter Blues

TORONTO, ONTARIO—Mr. Sean Miller, a Toronto-based entrepreneur with an interest in mental health advocacy, is pleased to announce the launch of YumaLite™, a ground-breaking light therapy visor that utilizes patent pending, clinically proven technology to alleviate the symptoms of Winter Blues, which millions of people world-wide suffer from each year. Read More

Mood Disorders

Mood Disorders

Resetting the body clock

The importance of light
Light is important for health and when we don’t get enough of it at the right times of day our mood can get affected. For some of us, the lack of light can cause mild symptoms, like feeling down or lethargic, for others, the symptoms might be severe and cause major depression. Read More