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An excerpt from Dr. Insel at the National Institutes of Mental Health (NIMH) on “Thinking About 2014” blogpost: This year, let’s remember that, as in the rest of medicine, we need to know more if we want to do better. … Continue reading
Does your child have bipolar disorder? How do the brain and the symptoms of bipolar disorder change as children grow up? At the NIMH Clinical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, a research study is being conducted that describes, over time, the moods and behevior … Continue reading