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    Bipolar Disorder Type 2

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    Bipolar disorder is a crippling mental illness. It affects people in very serious ways. With bipolar disorder you can experience extreme ups and downs in your emotional health. This isn’t anyone’s fault. The brain simply is out of balance and couldn’t fix itself. You may have heard about bipolar disorder...
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    Bipolar Disorder Type I

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    Bipolar disorder is a mental illness that causes emotional ups and downs. Sometimes bipolar disorder can be symptoms of other mental illnesses, and sometimes it is just genetically transferred form parents to child. It is a crippling disease and if left untreated can cause suicidal thoughts and actions, dangerous behavior,...
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    What Is Bipolar Disorder?

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    Bipolar Disorder seems to be becoming a worldwide epidemic.  More than 2.3 million people in the United States are living with bipolar disorder and 723,248 suffer from the disorder in the United Kingdom. In both India and China, 12-15 million people are suffering from bipolar disorder. Canada has 390,094 victims....
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    Diagnosing Bipolar Disorder

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    Bipolar Disorder affects about 2.3 million people in America today. That means 1 out of every 7 people has bipolar disorder. However, there are a percentage of people who may be bipolar and not know it yet. There is a good chance that you or someone you know could be...

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