SAD - Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of #depression. It is associated with the seasonal changes in light. SAD most commonly occurs in late fall and lasts through the winter and into spring. SAD is more than feeling down, it interferes with normal daily functions during these times. SAD often resolves itself when the seasons change, but treatment may help during the winter months. -- westfloridahospital.com #SAD #winter
Acute Myocardial Infarction: Classic heart attack. Complete blockage of coronary artery. Sudden onset of severe pain that feels "crushing" or "squeezing" that doesn't change with breathing. Treatment: High-flow Oxygen and rapid transport to hospital.