There is actually a problem brought about by winter’s shorter days called Seasonal Affective Disorder, which is a form of depression. Fortunately there are ways to cope with the lack of sunlight, and once spring arrives many people start feeling better. But when spring doesn’t make you feel any better, it may be time to recognize that you (or a loved one) are not facing a seasonal problem, but something that needs more aggressive attention. The Chronic Illness Link The American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry (AAGP) estimates that 15 out of every 100 Americans age 65+ suffer from depression. One
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