Jan 25, 2016 8:00 AM

Author: Office of Public Affairs


Got the wintertime blues? You're not alone.

Clinically referred to as seasonal affective disorder, SAD affects an estimated 10 million Americans each year. SAD occurs most commonly during late fall and winter, when exposure to sunlight is limited. Use this checkllist to help idenitfy and treat symptoms of SAD. 

Infographic with facts about seasonal depression

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