1. I was given this small plant and assumed it was a caladium (please correct me if I am wrong!). 2. I have only had it for about a month and when I received it, it was super healthy. The leaves were a pretty green/pink, stood up very straight and tall, and from the picture you can see there are still many new leaves waiting to open up. In the past week, almost overnight, the leaves have begun turning yellow and drooping. I assumed I had overwatered it, so I gently dug it up to check the roots for rot and the roots look fine. * although there are only a few yellow leaves in the pic, I have already removed about 10 of them! The plant is kept indoors at about 75 degrees Fahrenheit. I water once the soil feels slightly moist/dry and the plant sits on my bedside table. Although there is very little light in the room during the day, it does receive light from the lamp sitting on the table in the evenings. Any tips on how I can save it would be appreciated!