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I think I may have seasonal affective disorder. What is SAD and what can I do about it?

October 26, 2004

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Seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, also known as winter depression, is a problem all too familiar to New Englanders and others who live in northern latitudes. SAD is "not just feeling bummed out because it's winter," said Janis Anderson, director of the seasonal affective disorder service at Brigham and Women's Hospital. It includes physical changes such as ... (Full article: 290 words)

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