Monday, April 22, 2019
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…And the Winner Is: Bright White Light for Bipolar Depression

Elizabeth Saenger, PhD Bipolar depression is typically a very serious phase of bipolar disorder, and yet appealing options for therapy are limited. (To see what...

Andrea’s Story: Up Close and Personal with an Ionizer

Excerpted from Reset Your Inner Clock: The Drug-free Way to Your Best-Ever Sleep, Mood, and Energy Michael Terman, PhD, and Ian McMahan, PhD Andrea M, 23,...
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Making Negative Air Ions Work for You

Elizabeth Saenger, PhD What are negative air ions? Where do you find them? And what do they have to do with the romance of Niagara...
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The Science of Negative Air Ionization

What are negative air ions, and how do they affect us? When a tiny electron hitches a ride on an oxygen molecule, giving the oxygen...
James Comey knows his chronotype. Do you know yours?

James Comey knows his chronotype. Do you know yours?

I like to read paper books. I have tried reading on electronic devices but I need to feel the pages. I am always reading...

A Game Changer in the Treatment of Depression

Research increasingly supports a newer approach to mood disorders which is more effective than antidepressants. Find out more from the people who pioneered it.
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Editorial: Why Do People Take Pills for Depression If Light Therapy Can Be Better?

Research on light therapy shows that it is effective for different kinds of depression. For example, a 2016 meta-analysis of nine varied clinical trials...

Winter Blues – When to Consider Drugs

Winter Blues: When to Consider Drugs Bupropion (Wellbutrin XL) is the first drug approved by the Food and Drug Administration for the prevention of seasonal...

A Howl from the Wolf of Winter Blues

Listen to the Real Scoop on Seasonal Affective Disorder. By Elizabeth Saenger, PhD As the Wolf of Winter Blues, I may get minor billing in the...

Sneaky SAD: How Seasonal Affective Disorder sneaked up on me, symptom by symptom.

Abigail gets fooled. The fall of 2015 was the warmest and brightest on record in New York, and winter depression seemed a distant thought....

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