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Seasonal Affective Disorder

Posted Monday, December 5, 2011

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Seasonal Affective Disorder We used to just call them the winter blues. Seasonal Affective Disorder -- appropriately, SAD for short -- results in episodes of depression this time of year. Monday on the Sound of Ideas, we'll talk about the effect of short days and long nights on our disposition and how best to overcome episodes of sadness and low energy . And we'll look at how holidays can contribute to depression. Join us with your thoughts and experiences, Monday at 9.


Health, Mental Health, Facing Depression


Dr. Francoise Adan, Medical Director, Connor Integrative Medicine Network, University Hospitals
Dr. Toni Love Johnson, Psychiatrist, Vice Chair of Dept. Psychiatry, Director of Behavioral Medicine, MetroHealth

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