“Study Finds ‘Seasonal Affective Disorder’ Doesn’t Exist”

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A recent study questions the existence of seasonal depression after a CDC survey found no evidence that seasons or sunlight exposure increased depression measures. “To be honest, we initially did not question the [SAD] diagnosis,” writes investigator Dr. Steven LoBello, the goal being “to determine the actual extent to which depression changes with the seasons.”

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