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Seasonal affective disorder: Symptoms and treatment

Many people can go through periods of feeling down and not themselves, and that can come with the changing seasons. If you notice changes in your mood and behavior as the seasons change, you could be experiencing seasonal affective disorder. CBS News Bay Area anchor Ryan Yamamoto talks with Dr. Kristin Raj, psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Stanford, about the causes of seasonal affective disorder and who is most at risk of developing it
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