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Fighting the Winter Blues with Light Therapy

We check out the new light therapy exhibit at the MOCA. The room simulates a bright, sunny day and supposedly, can be used to treat seasonal affective disorder. We meet the artist to find out if her room can stave off the winter blues.
January 24, 2019, 3:17pm

We visit Toronto’s Museum of Contemporary Art to check out its new light therapy exhibit. It’s a room filled with light to simulate a bright, sunny day and supposedly, it can be used as a treatment for seasonal affective disorder. We meet with the artist to find out if her room can stave off the winter blues.

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