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Better Care for Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder causes mood swings that can be hard to treat. Can the nose's "smell" cells lead to better care?

Bipolar disorder is caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain, and can often be controlled by medication. To develop better treatments, researchers are studying cells taken from patients’ noses. They believe these cells offer a window into the brain and may help find the brain changes that contribute to bipolar disorder. See what they’re finding in this video.

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