Summer? Bummer. The Curse of Sunny-Day Depression

The summer got off to a slow start in Santa Monica, Calif., -- and Saskia Smith could not have been more pleased. "We had two months of relative cool and cloud coverage," she recalled. "That really was like a soothing balm." But then the weather got warmer. And unlike the throngs of sun worshippers who head to the outdoors at the first sign of warm weather, the 32-year-old Smith said for her the summer months bring about depression and anxiety. "I look outside now, and I acknowledge a...Full Story
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