This June was one of the hottest months on record across central Illinois. The sweltering weather has been more that just an annoyance for some people. It's also a trigger for a rare mood disorder. WGLT's Laura Kennedy has more with Cindy Kerber, Assistant Professor at Illinois State University's Mennonite College of Nursing.
Cindy Kerber recommends what people with summer seasonal affective disorder should do the very first thing in the morning.
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