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  • Feeling the Winter Blues?

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    When you hear the acronym SAD, you would rightly assume that it is referring to the Standard American Diet. But there is another SAD which is also important......

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  • Strategies to Lift Your Mood and Help with SAD

    The darker days of winter can take a toll emotionally and mentally on many people. For some, feeling down and the longing for warm sunshine is constant and can be accompanied by symptoms......

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  • Eat More Fruits and Vegetables for a Better Mood

    Researchers in New Zealand found that people who ate at least seven servings of fruits and vegetables per day felt calmer and more relaxed than those who didn’t.

    The study, published in the British Journal of Health Psychology, found a......

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  • S.A.D. (Seasonal Affective Disorder)

    If you typically feel the winter blahs or the February blues, then you might be experiencing SAD, or seasonal affective disorder. SAD is a type of depression that affects people in the winter months because of the darkness from shorter......

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  • 5 Tips to Beat the Winter Blues

    The days are really short. I wake up before the sun and by the time 5pm rolls around, it is dark again. Many people experience sadness, melancholy or winter blues because they do not get enough sunlight. Some people experience......

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