Summertime SADness

What’s your favorite thing about summer? Whether it’s pool parties, backyard barbecues or even a well-deserved vacation to your dream destination, basking under the summer sun can be lots of fun. But for some, it’s downright depressing. This anomaly to how most people respond to bright sunny days is called reverse seasonal affective disorder (SAD). While SAD is a form of depression that typically occurs during winter, reverse SAD, as its name implies, is depression...

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