FTR: Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal Affective Disorder, known as SAD, is a subgroup of depression that occurs mainly during dark winter months. Close to 6% of Canadians are affected sometime in their lifetime, while close to 15% of Canadians tend to experience a mild form of seasonal depression.
I talked with registered psychologist, Susan Baum, about how people can avoid becoming a SAD victim during the upcoming wet, winter season.

Originally aired November 5, 2014

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