New Study Finds Season of Birth Can Affect Mood

A clinical psychologist in Budapest found that people born in different seasons may be more prone to mood swings and depression.
3:26 | 10/23/14

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First up on the heat index. A lot of people are skeptical about horoscopes. How do you feel about them? I read them, but I don't always believe them. I only believe them when they're good. Do you read yours just for fun? I stopped when I got married. Really? That's because Al lie tells you how you feel. You're having a great day. Supposically predict the futures on the astro logical signs. But the time of year we were born could have a profound impact on moods. A clinical psychologist found people born in the summer are more prone to mood swings. And people in the winter and autumn, less likely to be depressed. Start out in summer. Things are going to be great. Yeah. And they're not. Okay. Next up, the holidays are approaching. And so many of us on the search for air fare deals. And now research, which is the best time to buy a plane ticket? Turns out the best day is Sunday. We used to think it was Tuesday. But Sunday is catching up. The average prices are lower on we could. No business travel on the weekends. Brings the prices down. And they take to social media and offer deals on the weekends as well. Prices fluctuate all the time. Monday is always tough. Really? Monday it tough. Have you been booking a flight and it changes in the middle of the booking. I thought it was Tuesday after midnight. I love that it's Sunday. That's when to book, but not when to fly. This is just about what when to buy the ticket. Also in the heat index, Halloween is around the corner. Not just humans, Yahoo! Telling the most-searched dog costumes. And we have doggy models. And one of our favorite superstars. This is toast. You can't tell, George. Cookie. It's cookie monster. Cookie monster. This is toast's third costume of the morning. She is quite the wardrobe diva here. 100,000 instagram followers. From the book it looks like cookie is eating her ears. Toast. She moved her head. That's progress, Lara. The tongue's still out. Next up we have Bibi. Dressed as yoda from "Star wars." Lots searching for yoda costumes. Here is Bibi. I love the ears, Bibi. She's happy. Where can we get that costume? Loud and proud. And kona is decked out as an E wok this morning. You're adorable. Really cute. Oh, thank you. And CICI is here looking quite glamorous as Elsa. Look at this. Her costume is custom made, by the way, by pet fashion designer Roberto here with her. That is fantastic. This was not on Yahoo's most-searched list for pets. But something tells me wear going to see the human variety this Halloween. Thank you. We appreciate it. You all look fabulous. Great ideas and great dogs. Lots of treats. Okay, thanks, Amy. Time now for the morning stir.

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