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One way to diagnose bipolar disorder is for a health professional to do an evaluation using a screening exam testing for multiple symptoms. Such tests assess the individual for bipolar disorder based on a series questions including family history.

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On Wednesday, the American Psychiatric Association’s DSM-5 Task Force released the draft to the new DSM, available for viewing and comment on the APA website.The new version of the DSM, scheduled for publication in 2013, would supersede the current DSM-IV, in effect since 1994 but little changed from the ground-breaking DSM-III of 1980.A…

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John McManamy, Health Guide, answered It Dehydroepiandrosterone the correct… Hi, MSK. We're getting into the fine points of a topic that even the…

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John McManamy, Health Guide, commented on Bipolar in the Future - The DSM-5 Task… I know that the DSM-5 is not the kind of topic that inspires comments.…

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John McManamy, Health Guide, commented on Misdiagnosis - The Dialogue Continues Hey, Ctrygirl! Been thinking about you. Great to have you back. :)

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John McManamy, Health Guide, answered Is there a blood test for bi-polar… Hi, glassrainbow. There are no blood tests for bipolar, nor any other lab…

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