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Seasonal Affective Disorder Might Be A Real Thing, Some Researchers Say

Last year, around early November, Megan Phillips couldn't get out of bed or wash her dishes. It felt like she couldn't do anything constructive. The 32-year-old Vancouverite had never been this sluggish, and a heavy depression began to settle in. "When I felt that weather change," she said in an interview, "I felt a palpable shift in my mental health."

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

As the article points out, always be suspicious of science conducted by telephone. That’s why they have laboratories to do real experiments.

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