(425) 347-8614

SAD: Why We Get Sad in Colder Months and What Can Be Done

While the seasonal transitions bring a spectrum of experiences, from the invigorating freshness of spring to the cozy hibernation of winter, they can also cast shadows on mental health. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), a type of depression tied to specific times of the year, notably manifests during fall and winter when daylight dwindles. There is not a clear cause of…

slipping and falling accidents

Fall Injuries in the Winter: How Can You Prevent Them?

Every year, 3 million older adults go to the emergency room for fall injuries, and about 800,000 of them are hospitalized. Falls aren’t just dangerous for older adults, though. Falls are the leading cause of traumatic brain injuries (TBI). No matter your age, you should know your risk of falling and how you can prevent it. Snow and ice make…

Skip to content