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2010-12-28MARYVILLE, MO |  By: Wayman

Kids Sad

But the winter season's shorter days can bring symptoms of depression in children and teens. Clinical psychologist Dr. Sarah Hanly says kids who might otherwise enjoy having fun with family can show signs of depression and the effects can be real. Hanly suggests winter break can be a good time for parents to monitor their children for signs of depression.