By Kari Leibowitz
Stanford University 

A small Norwegian city might hold the answer to beating the winter blues

 

January 5, 2018



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(THE CONVERSATION) Many dread the approaching winter – the darkness, frigid weather and lower energy levels that blow in along with cold fronts and snowstorms.

As headlines warn of “bomb cyclones” and cold snaps, most will begrudgingly grit out the winter months, grinding through dreary doldrums of January and February and counting down the days until spring. Some even succumb to seasonal affective disorder, a form of depression that tends to occur at higher rates in colde...



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