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Brains of Teens With Bipolar Disorder Develop Differently: Study - U.S. News & World Report

Brains of Teens With Bipolar Disorder Develop Differently: StudyU.S. News & World ReportBipolar disorder typically appears in the teens and causes severe swings in mood, energy and activity levels. Problems with impulse control are common among people with bipolar disorder. People with bipolar disorder are also at high risk for substance ...and more »...

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