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A connection between a stuttering research institute and the National Air and Space Museum may seem unusual.
By Pete Dybdahl firstname.lastname@example.org 981-3376 The environment remains a newsmaker from here to Beijing. Demand for the Toyota Prius is up. China is trying to reduce its air pollution (for next month's Olympics, at least).
By Pam Firmin, The Sun Herald, Biloxi, Miss. Apr.
Come the dark days of winter, everyone can feel a bit down from time to time. But for an estimated 15 million Americans, these shorter, colder days bring on seasonal affective disorder (SAD), a condition characterized by depression, social withdrawal, overeating and weight gain.
Few people relish the cold, short days of winter. For many, there's good reason: Experts believe that about one in five Americans suffers from either mild or severe forms of seasonal affective disorder (SAD), which can lead to depression, overeating, weight gain and fatigue.
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