The Daily Benefit Blog from The Morrison Center
Sail Through the Winter Without Feeling "SAD"

Sail Through the Winter Without Feeling "SAD"

by Robin Foroutan and Stephanie Mandel January 23, 2019

Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD for short, is a type of depression that occurs during the winter. This type of depression, which affects more than 30 million Americans, is likely related to the changes in the amount of daylight to which a person is exposed. 

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Why Vitamin D is So Important to Our Health

Why Vitamin D is So Important to Our Health

by Robin Foroutan and Stephanie Mandel June 01, 2018

Originally posted on The Sweat Life All About Vitamin D Years ago, we humans spent many of our hours outdoors in sunlight. As we continue to discover a growing list of reasons why “the sunshine vitamin” is crucial for our health, the value of that time spent outside becomes increasingly clear.

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Fall Survival Guide: 4 Ways To Supercharge Your Health Before the Holidays

Fall Survival Guide: 4 Ways To Supercharge Your Health Before the Holidays

by Stephanie Mandel September 14, 2016

It’s that time of year: the crisp air and back-to-school mentality revitalize us to dive back into our lives and work with a renewed sense of purpose and vitality. Tucked between summer barbecues and family holidays, the fall presents a golden opportunity: to clear out leftover toxins from rooftop cocktail parties while bolstering the immune system for the coming winter. Here are our four top tips - plus a bonus for those with allergies - to optimize your health this fall.

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