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Bipolar Disorder: Signs, Symptoms & Treatment Document List

This page contains the full list of articles and documents from the Disabled World Bipolar Disorder category. Though some documents may have since been updated, or revised, they are still listed by their original publish date, with the most recent documents first.

Publication List

Bipolar Disorder: Signs, Symptoms & Treatment
2014-09-26 : Survey Finds Both Benefits and Risks of Yoga for Bipolar Disorder : Results from a survey of people with bipolar disorder who practice yoga have begun to document the reported benefits and risks of the practice.
2014-05-11 : Smartphone App Detects Bipolar Disorder Mood Swings : Smartphone app monitors subtle voice qualities during phone conversations shows promise for detecting early signs of mood changes in people with bipolar disorder.
2010-09-07 : Bipolar Disorder Does not Increase Risk of Violent Crime : Study shows bipolar disorder or manic-depressive disorder does not increase the risk of committing violent crime.
2010-05-27 : Paul Huljich - The Bipolar Man Who Cured Himself : Paul Huljich in his book Betrayal of Love and Freedom shows that depression and bipolar statistics do not have to brand you for life.
2010-05-22 : How Lithium Works - Bipolar Disorder : Evidence lithium reduces brain inflammation by adjusting metabolism of health-protective omega-3-fatty acid called DHA.
2010-05-20 : Bipolar Disorder and Disability Payments : Patients who were over-diagnosed with bipolar disorder more likely to have received disability payments for a longer period.
2009-09-29 : Young Adults May Outgrow Bipolar Disorder : Nearly half of those diagnosed between 18 and 25 may outgrow Bipolar disorder or manic-depression by 30.


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