Keith O'Neil Winning Battle with Bipolar Disorder
Keith suffers from an illness called bipolar disorder (mixed), meaning that at arbitrary times in his life, he goes through intense mood swings, depression, mania, ...
"Mathematical deficits" in bipolar disorder
Adolescents in remission from bipolar disorder have significantly poorer mathematical skills than youths with major depressive disorder or their psychiatrically ...
Pregnant Women Need Stronger Bipolar Drugs, Study Reports
Bipolar disorder is a mental condition in which people go through periods of varying moods, such as depression, extreme joy or irritation. When left untreated ...
Common biology shared in schizophrenia and bipolar disorder
Patients suffering from schizophrenia and bipolar disorder share similar cognitive and brain abnormalities, three new multi-site studies show.
First-episode type predicts morbidity, disease course in bipolar ...
Study findings suggest that the type of first episode in patients with bipolar disorder can predict the type and degree of future morbidity, as well as ...
Comorbid anxiety problematic for adolescents with bipolar disorder
The 5-year follow-up study found that 62% of 413 children and adolescents aged 7-17 years with confirmed bipolar disorder had at least one anxiety disorder.
Interferon-Free HCV Tx Benefits Mentally Ill
Of those, 23 had an active mental health disorder, defined as requiring pharmacotherapy for major depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, anxiety, ...
Bipolar primary care prevalence varies by assessment method
The prevalence of bipolar disorder in primary care varies considerably according to the assessment method used, study findings suggest.
Gene Variants May Contribute to Bipolar Illness by Changing Brain
Although variants of the CACNA1C gene and the ANK3 gene may contribute to bipolar disorder by acting on an area of the brain involved in processing facial ...
Bipolar mania and depression independently inherited
Although they often occur together, mania and depression may represent distinct pathologic pathways underlying bipolar disorder rather than increasingly ...