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International Bipolar Foundation Seeds Huge NIMH Grant
California Corrections Standards Authority (CSA) Briefing Paper, “Jails And The Mentally Ill: Issues And Analysis" (September 18, 2009)
Testimony of Patricia Ryan, “Challenges and Opportunities of Federal Mental Health Parity Implementation: Impact on California's Public Mental Health System” (October 6, 2009)
As part of its ongoing effort to support bipolar depression awareness and education, AstraZeneca (NYSE: AZN) is bringing The Bipolar Journey: Living With Bipolar Depression interactive exhibit to patients and caregivers across America...
Yale Researchers Succeed In Repairing Brain Damage Caused By Chronic Stress, Lead Poisoning, Potential Implications For Bipolar
Yale University researchers report in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (September 7-11 edition) that damage to the brain caused by chronic stress or lead poisoning can be repaired by blocking a key molecular pathway...
Funded and conducted by the National Institute of Mental Health, the Course and Outcome of Bipolar Illness in Youth (COBY) is being called the largest pediatric bipolar population to date. It followed the treatments and outcomes of 263 children and adolescents, aged 7-17. Like other, smaller studies, this study found that:
While names have been changed, a friend writes: “Hey Tom,
For a long time, I’ve wanted to write to share with you something that might at first seem strange. I don’t know if it’s appropriate for you to share with the people that come to CBF or not, but here goes.
While football builds a lot of fierce facades, the toughest figure in the literary field had to be Ernest Hemingway. A medic in World War I, he witnessed many atrocities and gory aftermaths of gassings and massacres.