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Physiological effects of living on a world close to a black holeshole

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Physiological effects of black holes

Let's say you were living on a planet near (but not too near) a black hole. I'm thinking of the planet Miller in the movie Interstellar.

Obviously there are some strong tidal forces. But at this distance, Spaghettification shouldn't be an issue.

Are there other physiological effects that denizens should be aware of?

Intense light or heating?

Solar(esque) winds?

Strong planetary aurora?

Radiation?