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Seasonal Depression (SAD) (cont.)

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Clinical Chronobiology Program at Columbia University

Depression and Related Affective Disorders Association, General Information About Depression and Bipolar Disorder

American Academy of Family Physicians, Seasonal Affective Disorder

NAMI, Seasonal Affective Disorder

MedlinePlus, Seasonal Affective Disorder

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