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New research demonstrates why it’s crucial to examine manic and other symptoms in their entirety when making a treatment plan.

Has DSM-5 made diagnosis of bipolar disorder more difficult? Answers to this and 5 other questions.

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In an international network of patients with bipolar illness, more offspring of US patients than of those from Europe had received a mental illness diagnosis. This suggests greater epigenetic vulnerability in Americans.

How generalizable are the results of depression treatment studies? Which factors predict readmission and length of stay in inpatients with mood disorders?

In this study, about 70% of patients who completed suicide had recently sought treatment. Will you recognize those at risk?

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