In a St. Joseph Health Scene Report, people who suffer from "seasonal affective disorder" shouldn't seek relief in a tanning booth. The winter depression disorder is often treated with daily sessions of exposure to bright light. But experts say real light therapy works through the eyes, not the skin and uses a completely different type of light.
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