Summer naturally sparks romance

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Love is in the hot, stifling summer air. Psychologist Jill Thorne stopped by the FOX 4 Morning Show to explain what it is about the summer months that make people want to fall in love. She said the season has antidepressant effects because the longer days allow people to get more sunlight, socializing and exercise.

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