Seeing Gray When You're Depressed?

By: CBS
By: CBS

People who feel blue could be seeing gray.

Researchers have discovered victims of depression have trouble detecting the contrast between black and white.

Apparently, retinas of depressed people are less sensitive to changing light patterns.

The discovery could lead to more accurate diagnosis of depression.


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