Winter Got You Down? It’s Seasonal Affective Disorder

NEW YORK (CBS 2) — A condition called Seasonal Affective Disorder is in full swing with this winter weather and Renata Gelman of Partners in Care joined CBS 2 in studio to explain it.

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  1. I.D. One says:

    Gray days stink and the gray salted slush water river at each crossing
    stinks and gloves hide a persons hand in the winter so that a single
    unattached person does not see the person who they visually desire their
    marital status of taken or eligible,the early darkness stinks,all cable TV channels stink and twitter stinks.

    Gee ! now I feel so much better.

  2. Ellen says:

    I have seasonal affective disorder myself, and can tell you that looking at the news 24/7 doesn’t help either. Should have listen to my grandmother when she always said NO News, Is Good News.

  3. chuck says:

    Give me a break seasonal affective disorder, Everything a disorder. keep people in and endless cycle of fear. why is it that if your stuck inside because of the weather all the symptoms have to be a disorder its just life everyone in the same situation would go through similar things.

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