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Seasonal affective disorder 'may be a myth', study argues

22 Jan 2016
"Stop blaming SAD for your bad mood – it doesn't exist! Seasonal changes have 'NO effect on depression,'' the Daily Mail reports. Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is described as a type of seasonal depression that may partly be triggered by re...

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