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It is pretty chilly across the state of Texas today, so here are some tips for staying safe.
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Around this time of year, as the days grow shorter and the sky gets gloomy, many people start feeling the "winter blues" creep in. For the millions of Americans who experience seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, this depression lingers for long periods of time and can feel crushing.

Dr. Carly McCord, licensed psychologist and director of the Texas A&M Health Telebehavioral Care program, explains SAD and recommends ways to manage it at the link in our bio.

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