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Want to truly understand yourself or a loved one with bipolar disorder? Read nine these facts that will change your understanding forever.
Even the best psychiatrists have set ideas about bipolar disorder that aren’t entirely accurate. Hear from the perspective of someone with the illness.
The current Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM-5), the psychiatrist’s “Bible,” lists several hundred disorders – one in five American adults has at least one.
Feelings of grief and loss, similar to losing a loved one, can often occur after an IBD diagnosis due to not feeling like your ‘old self’ anymore.
A woman speaks out about her family member’s battle to advocate for bipolar disorder, and the family that won’t believe him.
A family learns their son has a rare neurodevelopmental disorder ― and they fight back.
Some Migraine-related cognitive problems cannot be corrected with a prescription. Instead, certain skills and mental exercises must be learned and practiced regularly.
Many older adults mistakenly believe their sadness is a normal part of aging. But untreated late-life depression can intensify. Here’s how to find help.
Hoarding disorder—living amid excessive clutter and being resistant to throwing things away—is not uncommon in older adults. Here’s what to know.
Everyone worries, to some degree, about things at work or home. And with news of violent incidents and uncertainty about the economy, who doesn’t consider worst-case scenarios? Almost everyone seems to experience worrisome thoughts. So how do you kno...