Sunshine affects cognitive ability in depressed patients

07/29/2009 | Yahoo!

People who have depression also can have memory and cognitive problems on gloomy days, a report found. The study found people exposed to more sunlight over a two-week period had better cognitive function, compared with those who didn't get as much sun. Researchers said light therapy, which helps people with seasonal affective disorder, also might help these patients.

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