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Antidepressants Not Safer for Either Bipolar Depression Subtype
Are antidepressants safer and more effective in type II vs type I bipolar disorder? What factors predict use of benzodiazepines in patients with bipolar disorder? Insights here.
Relapse Prevention for Mania in Bipolar Affective Disorder
What effect can a home treatment acute relapse prevention strategy have on hospital admissions for people with mania in bipolar affective disorder?
Psychoeducation Prevents Relapse in Select Bipolar Disorder Patients
How effective are psychosocial interventions for adults with bipolar disorder? Do any psychological interventions enhance recovery for patients with recent-onset bipolar disorder?
Food Insecurity Linked to Mania Exacerbation
Food insecurity has now been linked with worsened mania symptoms in adults with mood disorders.
Neuroanatomy in Bipolar Disorder Correlates with Behaviors
A study of adults from families with heavy genetic loading for bipolar disorder suggests that the disease has both neurodevelopmental and neurodegenerative underpinnings.
Where There's Bipolar, There May be Gambling Problems
One in 10 bipolar disorder patients may be at moderate to severe risk of problem gambling,
Emotional Regulation Differs in Bipolar Disorder and MDD
Insights about emotion regulation in bipolar disorder and major depressive disorder from a new study; and new information about post-partum depressive epidoes in women with bipolar disorder.
A Look at 2 Antipsychotics in Bipolar Disorder
Here: highlights of a new study of the antipsychotic agent ziprasidone in bipolar spectrum disorder -- and a quick synopsis of another trial of a recently approved inhaled form of the antipsychotic loxapine in bipolar disorder and schizophrenia.
Mitochondrial Dysfunction Common in Bipolar Disorder
Researchers find evidence linking mitochondrial dysfunction to bipolar disorder, and suggest this as an appropriate target for new therapies.
Towards an Intermediate Phenotype Between Bipolar and Depression?
Functional magnetic resonance imaging studies during cognitive tasks point to common factors that link patients with bipolar and depression and distinguish them from unaffected controls.
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