June 2009
Dolly;Jun2009, Issue 464, p119
This article offers health tips for young women during the winter season. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) refers to a serious mood drop during periods where there is less sunlight and natural warmth. One of the natural mood boosters during this season is bubble baths because they can sooth both the mind and body. Another option is to cook some comfort food such as spag bol, pumpkin soup or lentin.


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