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by Professor John M.
Eagles and Dr Allen J.
Last reviewed: June 2019
The idea that our well-being fluctuates with the seasons
has been around for literally thousands of years, but it was only
in the late 1980s that Norman Rosenthal and colleagues gave a name
to seasonal affective disorder or SAD.
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