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December 22, 2008

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Robert Vincente

Mary -

I read your blog and unfortunately have to add that you need to get ALL your facts straight, including recent studies, before posting about causes and cures.

Sorry, a blog filled with misinformation is virtually useless.

SUSAN L.RUDNICK

IVE BEEN SIPPING HOT COCOA W.WHIP CREAM AND ENJOYING SOME MINT MILANO COOKIES BEFORE TURNING IN @ NIGHT! YOUR BLOG WAS VERY ENJOYABLE.POSTED BY A WORKING MOM IN AMITYVILLE . HAPPY NEW YEAR !

Rahsheen Slaughter

Mary, I have a great story and charity event I like to share with you. What is the best mode of communication?

New Reader of your Blog,

Rahsheen Slaughter
Breakthroughs To Fitness
email:[email protected]

Carol Noran

Unfortunately you've left a few bits of important information out of your simplistic cursory essay.

Why didn't you mention that women are 4 times more likely to suffer seasonal affective disorder then men? Not important?

How about the new study (published in the Journal of Affective Disorders) which indicates that SAD may be linked to a genetic mutation in the eye that makes a SAD patient less sensitive to light. Melanopsin, a photopigment gene in the eye, may play a role in causing SAD in people with a recently discovered mutation. Not important?

If you are going to write a blog noting causes, effects and possible "cures", you've got to do your homework.

Or, at least a bit more research.

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