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(Taken from the Adoption Glossary)
Bipolar Disorder: This term is used to describe a form of mental illnesses in which moods and reactions are affect, and which is characterized by irregular cycles of mania and/or depression. During manic the periods, the affected individual may be in a very elevated mood and exhibit symptoms of... [more]

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Articles About "Bipolar Disorder"

What Do These Students Have In Common?
LEAH - COLLEGE SOPHOMORE YEAR When I took a part-time job and started living off-campus, my course work fell apart. I couldn't concentrate or sleep, and I was always IRRITABLE and angry. JOHN - COLLEGE JUNIOR YEAR After two years of straight A's, I couldn't finish assignments anymore. I felt...
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"Bipolar Disorder" in the News

US marathon hoaxer 'has bipolar disorder'
A US man arrested over a Boston Marathon hoax has been sent to a psychiatric facility after being charged for allegedly carrying a fake explosive device.
Boston hoax suspect ID'd; has bipolar disorder
The Suffolk County district attorney
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When it comes to understanding bipolar disorder, many questions remain unanswered
Stem Cells Shed Light on Treatments for Bipolar Disorder
Bipolar disorder is known to run in families, but scientists have yet to pinpoint the genes involved. Now they have a powerful new tool in the hunt: stem cells. In a first-of-its-kind procedure, researchers from the University of Michigan have created stem cells from the skin of people with bipolar...

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"Bipolar Disorder" in the Adoption Blogs

Final thoughts from Andrew Bridge
February 4, 2008, 12:12 pm
Completing my series covering my interview with Andrew Bridge, author of Hopeís Boy , I asked Andrew how he felt a childís individual choices influenced the childís trajectory. Here is Andrewís response: I donít know how to answer that question. I can tell you that my gut says we spend far too...
A Broken System
December 9, 2007, 4:54 pm
I dare anyone who has adopted older children from the system to read this article . It is horrifying and totally realistic. Itís the same story Iíve heard from so many parents, and itís been lived out here within our own family as well. ďOver the years the three have been diagnosed with...
Bipolar Daughter Goes Missing
January 27, 2008, 12:12 pm
Raising a special needs child can offer quite a challenge to parents. Last week, in a town nearby, a 28-year-old woman went missing from her family home . The family described their daughter as very intelligent and loving. Many people from surrounding areas are diligently searching for this young...
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"Bipolar Disorder" in the Adoption Forums

Hoping we made the right decision. Child with RAD...
February 11, 2014, 1:11 pm
This is going to be long. My husband and I are in the process of fostering to adopt a sibling group. Two girls, 10 and 13. They are family to us (my husband's side) and have been in foster care for many, many years. We thought they had been adopted eons ago. Thanks to the internet we found out...

Stories About "Bipolar Disorder"

My Brother Had a Disability
Adopting a child with special needs can bring many trials, but can also bring many joyful experiences. Before my family adopted my brother Tyler, at fifteen months old, we were completely clueless to...

Web Results for "Bipolar Disorder"

Comments on: Biological Evidence for Depression
There are 254: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?term=brain%20volume%20%22bipolar%20disorder%22 ) By: Natasha Tracy. There's definitely some link between mood cycles and the circadian rhythms.
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Biological Evidence for Depression
There are 254: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?term=brain%20volume%20%22bipolar%20disorder%22) Natasha Tracy says: April 17, 2011 at 7:33 pm. Hi Gledwood, What you
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