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Medical Reference Related to Bipolar Disorder

  1. Bipolar Disorder - What Increases Your Risk

    Bipolar disorder can run in the family. Find information on the risk factors for bipolar disorder including alcohol or drug abuse, stress, and genetics.

  2. Bipolar Disorder - Symptoms

    Bipolar disorder causes extreme mood swings, from feeling overly energetic (mania) to feeling very sad or having low energy (depression).

  3. Antipsychotics for Child and Teen Bipolar Disorder

    Drug details for Antipsychotics for childhood and adolescent bipolar disorder.

  4. Bipolar Disorder - Prevention

    Bipolar disorder cannot be prevented, but often the mood swings can be controlled with medications.

  5. Bipolar Disorder in Children and Teens - Topic Overview

    Children or teens with bipolar disorder, also called manic - depressive disorder, have moods with extreme ups and downs.

  6. Bipolar Disorder in Children and Teens - Prevention

    Bipolar disorder cannot be prevented. However, there are ways to help manage or prevent mood changes.

  7. Medications for Bipolar Disorder

    WebMD provides links for information about medications and treatments for bipolar disorder.

  8. What Kind of Doctor Treats Bipolar Disorder?

    WebMD provides a brief explanation of the doctors and other professionals who treat bipolar disorder.

  9. Understanding Bipolar Disorder

    WebMD takes a brief look at bipolar disorder in its various forms.

  10. Bipolar Disorder and Your Job

    WebMD explains the challenges of coping with a job or career while living with bipolar disorder.

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