seasonal affective disorder

The holidays are over, the weather is crummy and you may not get to see the sun as much as you'd like — a combination like that can leave anyone feeling blue.

That may hold especially true on "Blue Monday" which falls on January 16 this year.

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A change in seasons doesn't just mean shorter days and less sun, but for some people, it also causes mood changes and a loss of energy.

While some may think it's just a case of the "winter blues," the changes may be caused by something more serious: seasonal affective disorder (SAD), which is a seasonal type of depression.

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As a newcomer to Canada, if there's one thing I've been dreading all year long, it's the winter weather.

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