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Involving parents in care could teach kids and families better communication skills and reduce the severity and frequency of symptoms.
More long-term studies could help improve quality of life and prevent relapses.
How well people with bipolar disorder react to treatment may be affected by their weight and the quality of their diet.
The rapper prefers you call his mental health condition “a superpower.”
Being female is also linked to antidepressant-induced mania.
Individuals with bipolar disorder who suffer from extreme sadness see mood improved after exposure to bright white artificial light.
The tool may determine whether children whose parents have bipolar disorder might develop the condition.
A recent study showed that combo therapy resulted in higher dropout rates compared with single-drug treatments.
The largest MRI study to date of people with bipolar disorder reveals new info about how this psychiatric condition affects the brain.
Insights on the brain patterns of people with bipolar disorder may help explain why this drug works for only 30 percent of patients.
When Lake’s former spouse Chris Evans, age 45, took his own life, the TV star was prompted to help raise awareness about the mental illness.
Although bipolar disorder is hard for many to understand, mental health experts have learned much more about this perplexing mental...
In the United States, about half of young people affected by bipolar disorder will attempt to end their lives.
Several recent studies link the psychiatric disorder to cardiovascular risks and mortality.
A hormone notoriously used by athletes such as Lance Armstrong as a performance-enhancing drug may hold promise for treating mental illness.
A major new study on patient outcomes for the mental illness says stigma and limited access to existing treatments are to blame.
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