Some people, especially those in northern latitudes, may get the blues or worse as fall sets in and days get shorter. They suffer from seasonal affective disorder, a chemical change in the brain caused by decreased exposure to sunlight. Experts discuss causes and remedies.
- Dr. Nicholas Forand, clinical psychologist, The Ohio State University, Wexner Medical Center
- Jim LaValle, clinical pharmacist and author, Your Blood Never Lies and Cracking the Metabolic Code
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