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Bipolar Disorder: From Dark Days to Treatment Advances that Help Patients Manage Cycles

Bipolar Disorder The illness that today is called bipolar disorder was called manic-depression when Harvard-educated physician Perry Cossart Baird, Jr. was described as “ill” and was taken “away,” against his will, from family life and institutionalized at Westborough State Hospital in Massachusetts. The rising star in the Boston medical community was hidden away, in 1944, […]

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Cyclothymia or Bipolar 3 Disorder

            Cyclothymia, also known as Bipolar disorder type 3, is a mood disorder, and a relative of the widely recognized bipolar disorder.   It’s often misunderstood or misdiagnosed as clinical depression and not readily distinguished from Bipolar 1 and 2.  Cyclothymia causes disruptive, involuntary mood swings as in bipolar 1 and […]

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