Health & Medicine

March 4, 2008 12:00 AM

Take a walk in the sunshine to chase your winter blues

In the haunting 1959 short story

All Summer in a Day

by science-fiction writer Ray Bradbury, Margot lives on oppressively rainy Venus, where the sun appears just once every seven years.

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