Summertime blues: Doctors say seasonal affective disorder can happen during summer

News 12's Mark Sudol talks to Dr. Valeria Martinez-Kaigi, a psychologist at the Hartford Healthcare Spine Wellness Center in Westport, about summer seasonal affective disorder and how to try to prevent it.

News 12 Staff

Jul 9, 2021, 12:35 AM

Updated 1,051 days ago

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News 12's Mark Sudol talks to Dr. Valeria Martinez-Kaigi, a psychologist at the Hartford Healthcare Spine Wellness Center in Westport, about summer seasonal affective disorder and how to try to prevent it.


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