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Have you noticed it's been getting dark (too dark to see) earlier and earlier these days? Because we have. And we're not exactly feeling all "hello-darkness-my-old-friend" about it. So we turned to our real friend for some ideas for turning our frowns upside down. And the internet did not disappoint.
In an NBCNews.com article "Darker days have arrived. Here's how to make your home a wellness refuge all winter long," writer Sarah DiGiulio taps experts, including Kyja Stygar, M.D., a family practice physician at Mayo Clinic Health System in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, for tips on creating a happy, healthy home this winter.
This story originally appeared on the In the Loop blog.
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