First Tropical Depression of 2006 Forms; Doctors Prescribe Zoloft
In response to the tropical depression, several eminent doctors have immediately prescribed Zoloft, a well-known medication for treating depression and anxiety disorders.
Dr. Sigmund Sang-Froid told CNN, "It is a known fact that weather can affect human emotions. See for instance, Seasonal Affective Disorder. However, the medical community has not considered that the weather itself may have emotions and therefore emotional disorders. We should have thought of this long ago -- I mean, the very name 'tropical depression' should have been a signal! This hurricane season we hope to bring all our clinical expertise to the previously ignored problem of weather emotions.
"As for this first tropical depression of the eason, I recommend Zoloft and weekly therapy sessions."