seasonal affective disorder

Experts share their thoughts — and a warning — on the concept that the third Monday in January is the worst for people's mental health.
Seasonal affective disorder isn't the winter blues. Here's how it feels navigating the condition every year, according to people who have it.
Seasonal affective disorder may be most commonly associated with winter, but a form exists in the summer, too.
Weighted blankets, therapy lights and soothing bath soaks to give you a little pick me up.
The cold, the early sunset and a lack of vitamin D can mess with your mental health. Here's how the pros cope.
Experts share the symptoms of seasonal depression in children.
These ingredients can also help alleviate symptoms of seasonal affective disorder, or SAD.
Wondering if you have seasonal affective disorder (SAD) or just a case of the winter blues? Mental health experts explain the difference.
Here's how SAD lamps work for depression and your mental health, as well as the criteria you should check before you buy.
Experts discuss if it eases seasonal depression symptoms, like changes in sleep and feeling of sadness.