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Seasonal affective disorder

SAD May Be Making You Sad

Like many people who live far from the equator, you may find yourself eating more, sleeping more, and feeling grouchy during the dark days of winter. These reactions are not unusual for most of us, but some may experience an even more debilitating condition each year known as seasonal affective disorder (SAD). continue reading →


Understanding Bullying

The start of a new school year is often cause for great excitement and eager anticipation for students and parents alike. But if your child ends up being the victim of bullying at school, that excitement can quickly give way to anxiety, depression, changes in sleep and dietary patterns, health issues, absenteeism, and a decline in academic performance, among other effects. continue reading →

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