You’ve heard of the “winter blues,” but some people experience the next level of moodiness when the seasonal darkness rolls around.
Dr. Norman Rosenthal is a Psychiatrist and Scientist who first described Seasonal Affective Disorder, a type of depression that occurs every autumn and winter when the days get short and dark. He joins Kennedy to elaborate on his research and explains how he developed light therapy as a treatment.
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