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Bipolar Disorder & Mental Health Research

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December 15, 2021

The latest research discoveries, studies, and updates on bipolar disorder and depression that report on new ways to prevent, detect, and treat mental health conditions. People with Bipolar Require Closer Monitoring of Cardiovascular Health in Middle Age January 1, 2022, LONDON, United Kingdom—People with bipolar disorder are more prone to cardiovascular and body composition changes...

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Bipolar & Mental Health Research

bp Magazine
September 29, 2021

Sleep patterns can help predict bipolar in at-risk offspring August 10, 2021, PELOTAS, Brazil—Sleep patterns can help to identify if someone with a parent with bipolar disorder is at increased risk of developing the disorder, new research suggests. Brazilian researchers analyzed studies on the topic and found that the bipolar offspring showed greater daytime sleepiness,...

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A Steelworker Gains Grit & Strength to Manage Her Bipolar

bp Magazine
September 29, 2021

When Eliese Colette Goldback worked in a steel mill in Cleveland, the overtime and irregular hours affected her sleep and mood. But it was there that she grew stronger, built confidence, and forged friendships that helped her find stability. Eliese Colette Goldbach, 34, has won several literary awards. She’s a college professor in her native...

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Summer 2021: New Mental Health Research

bp Magazine
June 16, 2021

Tailored treatments a priority for people with bipolar II June 15, 2021, MELBOURNE, Australia—A preliminary inquiry into how adults with bipolar II disorder manage their condition indicates they are hungry for tailored psychological treatments delivered by clinicians knowledgeable about this form of bipolar. Utilizing an online questionnaire with individuals having a confirmed bipolar II diagnosis,...

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Spring 2021: New Mental Health Research

bp Magazine
March 31, 2021

Celiac disease increases likelihood of bipolar disorder February 8, 2021, CLEVELAND, OH—People with celiac disease are at increased risk of developing bipolar disorder, a new study suggests. American researchers looked at health record data from 360 U.S. hospitals to find information on people with celiac disease, a chronic disorder resulting from an immune reaction to...

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Winter 2021: Mental Health Research

bp Magazine
December 17, 2020

Service and treatment use differ among men and women November 6, 2020, OTAGO, New Zealand—Treatment patterns and use of national health services in New Zealand appear to differ between men and women with bipolar disorder, a new study suggests. Researchers found that the rates of people with bipolar in contact with specialist mental health services...

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