Scientists found that people with brown eyes are likely to suffer from winter blues. According to the new study, the dark irises may trigger increased melatonin production that makes people more vulnerable to Seasonal Affective Disorder or SAD.
Public Health January 9, 2019
A new research found that people who are likely to have seasonal affective disorder but are resilient to the condition can regulate their cerebral serotonin transporter. Researchers hope that this would lead to the treatment of the mental health issue.
Public Health October 9, 2018
A new study casts doubt on the legitimacy of seasonal affective depression (SAD). The researchers argue that when people report feeling depressed in winter, it does not mean that they are depressed because of the season.
Life February 1, 2016
Along with the buzz and excitement coming from the holiday season, most people also experience bouts of sadness and melancholy. Fortunately, scientific studies have shown many ways to combat holiday blues.
Life December 22, 2015
Thousands of people experience seasonal affective disorder (SAD) during the fall and winter months. However, experts suggest that there are ways to keep SAD at bay.
Life February 17, 2015