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Adolescents exposed to higher levels of manmade light are more likely to experience disrupted sleep and mental health problems.
Youth with depression, schizophrenia, substance use and bipolar disorder are more apt to harm themselves and should be regularly assessed.
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.
An area in the brain reacts differently to facial expressions depending on whether someone suffers from bipolar disorder versus depression.
Individuals with bipolar disorder who suffer from extreme sadness see mood improved after exposure to bright white artificial light.
A recent study showed that combo therapy resulted in higher dropout rates compared with single-drug treatments.
Insights on the brain patterns of people with bipolar disorder may help explain why this drug works for only 30 percent of patients.
Recent studies show that there are safer meds to treat acute agitation in patients, but many doctors continue to dispense haloperidol.
A hormone notoriously used by athletes such as Lance Armstrong as a performance-enhancing drug may hold promise for treating mental illness.
Less than 10 percent of crimes committed by mentally ill people in the United States are actually linked to their disorders.
It’s no secret that Representative Jesse L. Jackson, Jr. (D-Illinois) is being treated for bipolar disorder, but in Chicago’s South Side, that...
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