Thursday, June 27, 2019

Bipolar treatment: Are bipolar I and bipolar II treated differently?

What are the differences between Bipolar I and II?
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Vol. 20, Issue 52 | June 27, 2019
Bipolar treatment: Are bipolar I and bipolar II treated differently?
There are two different diagnoses for bipolar disorder. Here we explain the difference in diagnosis and treatment.
Change your mind to grow  
Can you alter your mindset and the way you think about yourself? You bet. Try these tactics to recover faster from a setback and improve your ability to take criticism.
Water exercise: Does pool temperature matter?
Should you opt for warm or cool pool water? It depends on your age and the type of exercise you're doing.
Sleep and weight gain: What's the connection?
Research shows that getting too few Zs may result in extra pounds. Find out why.
Vitamin D: Can it prevent Alzheimer's and dementia?
Healthy amounts of vitamin D help your body absorb calcium, but low levels may increase your risk for Alzheimer's disease.
Kratom for opioid withdrawal: Does it work?
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