Why is the text so tiny, pale and difficult to read?

I am a medical professional. Microscopic razor thin fonts are completely useless to myself and many of my coworkers, patients, and friends... some of whom have completely stopped using Mint because the text now creates such eyestrain that it causes:
1. migraines (splitting, pounding  headaches that are sometimes accompanied with nausea and vomiting... and can cause loss of consciousness in extreme cases ).  
2. Vertigo (profound dizziness that can result in nausea and vomiting... and dehydration in extreme cases).
3. Headaches (the regular everyday variety. Usually not as serious as migraines, but still can cause nausea and vomiting.)
4. Projectile vomiting due to increased inter-cerebral pressure brought on by a combination of any of the above.

Please make the font larger, BOLDER and darker !
For health reasons if nothing else.

Come on  !
You can do it!
Be a trend setter !
Stop following the crowd !
Quit being pale, drab, and insignificant !
BOLDLY go where no one has gone lately !
Everybody's using that boring style these days !
Get off the teeny tiny text bandwagon !
Stop following the crowd !
Show some originality !
BE BOLD I dare you !
Blaze a new trail !
Thank you

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