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[Home] [Bipolar Disorder News] [WebSite News] [What’s New?] [Bipolar Disorder] [Medications] [Treatments] [Disabilities] [Bipolar Disorder/Job/School] [Ask the Doctor] [Kaycee Answers] [Ask the Psychologist] [Self-Injury] [Personal Stories] [Christopher York] [Graham’s Column] [T. Lee Heart] [Indigo] [Storm’s Column] [Terry’s Column] [Suicide] [Community Support] [Family Members] [Expressions] [Greeting Cards] [Books] [Awards] [Links & Rings] [We Get Letters] [About Us] [Contact Us] Bipolar Disorder News [Home] [Bipolar Disorder News] [WebSite News] [What’s New?] [Bipolar Disorder] [Medications] [Treatments] [Disabilities] [Bipolar Disorder/Job/School] [Ask the Doctor] [Kaycee Answers] [Ask the Psychologist] [Self-Injury] [Personal Stories] [Christopher York] [Graham’s Column] [T. Lee Heart] [Indigo] [Storm’s Column] [Terry’s Column] [Suicide] [Community Support] [Family Members] [Expressions] [Greeting Cards] [Books] [Awards] [Links & Rings] [We Get Letters] [About Us] [Contact Us] [Home] [Bipolar Disorder News] [WebSite News] [What’s New?] [Bipolar Disorder] [Medications] [Treatments] [Disabilities] [Bipolar Disorder/Job/School] [Ask the Doctor] [Kaycee Answers] [Ask the Psychologist] [Self-Injury] [Personal Stories] [Christopher York] [Graham’s Column] [T. Lee Heart] [Indigo] [Storm’s Column] [Terry’s Column] [Suicide] [Community Support] [Family Members] [Expressions] [Greeting Cards] [Books] [Awards] [Links & Rings] [We Get Letters] [About Us] [Contact Us] Bipolar News Was formerly and is still sometimes
known by the name Manic Depressive Illness. Bipolar Disorder is
a psychiatric disorder characterized by wide moodswings from the
euphoria or agony of a manic high
to the devastation of a debilitating depression. The treatment for Bipolar Affective
Disorder typically requires the long term use of psychiatric
medications, notably lithium carbonate, and other mood stabilizers.
One of the side effects of many
psychiatric medications is weight gain. Bipolar World addresses this
and many other topics. PLEASE NOTE: Nothing in this web site
is intended to replace the advice of a physician or
psychiatrist. It is for information and education only. Please see
your doctor or
psychiatrist for diagnosis and treatment. Thank You for visiting Bipolar
World! Bipolar Disorder and Substance Abuse
– some figures that may surprise you Substance Abuse and Mood Disorders
 – lots of articles and
information about different forms of substance abuse, effects,
and treatments when comorbid with Bipolar Disorder. ClinicalTrials.gov – Information on
Clinical Trials and Human Research Studies: Browse: Bipolar
Disorder  – lots of
excellent ongoing studies Elevated Frequency of Diabetes Mellitus in
Hospitalized Manic-Depressive Patients —  American Journal
of Psychiatry  Is there a
connection between bipolar disorder and diabetes?  Read
this short report New Sleep Medication
Lunesta Lunesta (eszopiclone), a new non-narcotic prescription
sleep aid from Sepracor, received FDA approval on December 15, 2004.
Lunesta represents a new treatment option for those suffering from
insomnia; Lunesta not only helps people fall asleep quickly, it helps
them sleep restfully through the night, with fewer interruptions, and
wake up refreshed and ready to start the day. For more info:  http://www.lunesta.com/ Read About Bipolar Disorder
Research Trials
HERE  National Depressive and Manic
Depressive Association’s name has been changed to : Depression and Bipolar
Support Alliance (DBSA)  The
Depression Newsletter The
Depression Newsletter
Sign up to receive three free copies of  The Depression
Newlsetter, written and edited by John McMan. This is the only
newsletter of its type on the internet with current, and often
hard-hitting news and articles about Bipolar Disorder. Psycheducation.org  
Dr. Jim Phelps For a high quality web site packed with
up to date and well referenced information about Bipolar
Disorder, don’t miss Bipolar World’s Ask the Doctor’s own
website! Recovery
Sources Online Recovery
Sources Online
(noun, gradual healing after sickness or injury; the act of regaining or saving something lost…) 
One of the largest and best resource link
pages I’ve seen on the internet! The Food and
Drug Administration has approved for sale an
Indianapolis pharmaceutical company’s treatment for
bipolar depression.    Eli
Lilly & Co. said Symbyax should arrive in most U.S.
pharmacies in two to three weeks, the Indianapolis Star
reported.    Symbyax
becomes the first FDA-approved drug to treat the
depressive phase of bipolar disorder, a hard-to-treat
mental illness with debilitating mood swings ranging
from deep depression to abnormal elation.    Symbyax
is not a new chemical entity. It pairs two Lilly drugs,
Prozac and Zyprexa, in one pill. For more info Go Here The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has
approved Equetro (extended-release carbamazepine capsules),
previously known as SPD417, for indicated for the treatment
of acute manic and mixed episodes associated with Bipolar I
Disorder For more info Go Here Articles and Writings by
Dr.
Simon Sobo Book – Chapter 1: 
After Lisa
(1st Chapter of a novel about HMO’s (based
on a true story) Chapter 13:  From After Lisa (Ritchie’s suicide
attempt gets him hospitalized. Deborah goes to AA) Mood Stabilizers and Mood Swings: In Search of a Definition Summary of Bipolar Disorder Article
and Additions Since it was Written Reevaluation of the
Relationship Between Psychiatric Diagnosis and
Chemical Imbalances ADHD AND OTHER SINS OF OUR CHILDREN On the Banality of Positive Thinking Can Prozac Turn you into a Murderer? Psychotherapy Perspectives in Medication Management Fantastic Reviews Need Help Paying
for Meds? From
Dr Ivan Goldburg
Depression Central
Answers to questions about bipolar 
disorder secondary to head injury. What
are Doctors Taught about Bipolar Disorder?
Excellent information – perhaps intended 
for doctors but interesting and  educational for all.   Provided by MedicineNet
Provided by MedicineNet Bipolar News Was formerly and is still sometimes
known by the name Manic Depressive Illness. Bipolar Disorder is
a psychiatric disorder characterized by wide moodswings from the
euphoria or agony of a manic high
to the devastation of a debilitating depression. The treatment for Bipolar Affective
Disorder typically requires the long term use of psychiatric
medications, notably lithium carbonate, and other mood stabilizers.
One of the side effects of many
psychiatric medications is weight gain. Bipolar World addresses this
and many other topics. PLEASE NOTE: Nothing in this web site
is intended to replace the advice of a physician or
psychiatrist. It is for information and education only. Please see
your doctor or
psychiatrist for diagnosis and treatment. Thank You for visiting Bipolar
World! Bipolar Disorder and Substance Abuse
– some figures that may surprise you Substance Abuse and Mood Disorders
 – lots of articles and
information about different forms of substance abuse, effects,
and treatments when comorbid with Bipolar Disorder. ClinicalTrials.gov – Information on
Clinical Trials and Human Research Studies: Browse: Bipolar
Disorder  – lots of
excellent ongoing studies Elevated Frequency of Diabetes Mellitus in
Hospitalized Manic-Depressive Patients —  American Journal
of Psychiatry  Is there a
connection between bipolar disorder and diabetes?  Read
this short report New Sleep Medication
Lunesta Lunesta (eszopiclone), a new non-narcotic prescription
sleep aid from Sepracor, received FDA approval on December 15, 2004.
Lunesta represents a new treatment option for those suffering from
insomnia; Lunesta not only helps people fall asleep quickly, it helps
them sleep restfully through the night, with fewer interruptions, and
wake up refreshed and ready to start the day. For more info:  http://www.lunesta.com/ Read About Bipolar Disorder
Research Trials
HERE  National Depressive and Manic
Depressive Association’s name has been changed to : Depression and Bipolar
Support Alliance (DBSA)  The
Depression Newsletter The
Depression Newsletter
Sign up to receive three free copies of  The Depression
Newlsetter, written and edited by John McMan. This is the only
newsletter of its type on the internet with current, and often
hard-hitting news and articles about Bipolar Disorder. Psycheducation.org  
Dr. Jim Phelps For a high quality web site packed with
up to date and well referenced information about Bipolar
Disorder, don’t miss Bipolar World’s Ask the Doctor’s own
website! Recovery
Sources Online Recovery
Sources Online
(noun, gradual healing after sickness or injury; the act of regaining or saving something lost…) 
One of the largest and best resource link
pages I’ve seen on the internet! The Food and
Drug Administration has approved for sale an
Indianapolis pharmaceutical company’s treatment for
bipolar depression.    Eli
Lilly & Co. said Symbyax should arrive in most U.S.
pharmacies in two to three weeks, the Indianapolis Star
reported.    Symbyax
becomes the first FDA-approved drug to treat the
depressive phase of bipolar disorder, a hard-to-treat
mental illness with debilitating mood swings ranging
from deep depression to abnormal elation.    Symbyax
is not a new chemical entity. It pairs two Lilly drugs,
Prozac and Zyprexa, in one pill. For more info Go Here The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has
approved Equetro (extended-release carbamazepine capsules),
previously known as SPD417, for indicated for the treatment
of acute manic and mixed episodes associated with Bipolar I
Disorder For more info Go Here Articles and Writings by
Dr.
Simon Sobo Book – Chapter 1: 
After Lisa
(1st Chapter of a novel about HMO’s (based
on a true story) Chapter 13:  From After Lisa (Ritchie’s suicide
attempt gets him hospitalized. Deborah goes to AA) Mood Stabilizers and Mood Swings: In Search of a Definition Summary of Bipolar Disorder Article
and Additions Since it was Written Reevaluation of the
Relationship Between Psychiatric Diagnosis and
Chemical Imbalances ADHD AND OTHER SINS OF OUR CHILDREN On the Banality of Positive Thinking Can Prozac Turn you into a Murderer? Psychotherapy Perspectives in Medication Management Fantastic Reviews Need Help Paying
for Meds? From
Dr Ivan Goldburg
Depression Central
Answers to questions about bipolar 
disorder secondary to head injury. What
are Doctors Taught about Bipolar Disorder?
Excellent information – perhaps intended 
for doctors but interesting and  educational for all.   Provided by MedicineNet
Provided by MedicineNet Was formerly and is still sometimes
known by the name Manic Depressive Illness. Bipolar Disorder is
a psychiatric disorder characterized by wide moodswings from the
euphoria or agony of a manic high
to the devastation of a debilitating depression. The treatment for Bipolar Affective
Disorder typically requires the long term use of psychiatric
medications, notably lithium carbonate, and other mood stabilizers.
One of the side effects of many
psychiatric medications is weight gain. Bipolar World addresses this
and many other topics. PLEASE NOTE: Nothing in this web site
is intended to replace the advice of a physician or
psychiatrist. It is for information and education only. Please see
your doctor or
psychiatrist for diagnosis and treatment. Thank You for visiting Bipolar
World! Bipolar Disorder and Substance Abuse
– some figures that may surprise you Substance Abuse and Mood Disorders
 – lots of articles and
information about different forms of substance abuse, effects,
and treatments when comorbid with Bipolar Disorder. ClinicalTrials.gov – Information on
Clinical Trials and Human Research Studies: Browse: Bipolar
Disorder  – lots of
excellent ongoing studies Elevated Frequency of Diabetes Mellitus in
Hospitalized Manic-Depressive Patients —  American Journal
of Psychiatry  Is there a
connection between bipolar disorder and diabetes?  Read
this short report New Sleep Medication
Lunesta Lunesta (eszopiclone), a new non-narcotic prescription
sleep aid from Sepracor, received FDA approval on December 15, 2004.
Lunesta represents a new treatment option for those suffering from
insomnia; Lunesta not only helps people fall asleep quickly, it helps
them sleep restfully through the night, with fewer interruptions, and
wake up refreshed and ready to start the day. For more info:  http://www.lunesta.com/ Read About Bipolar Disorder
Research Trials
HERE  National Depressive and Manic
Depressive Association’s name has been changed to : Depression and Bipolar
Support Alliance (DBSA)  The
Depression Newsletter The
Depression Newsletter
Sign up to receive three free copies of  The Depression
Newlsetter, written and edited by John McMan. This is the only
newsletter of its type on the internet with current, and often
hard-hitting news and articles about Bipolar Disorder. Psycheducation.org  
Dr. Jim Phelps For a high quality web site packed with
up to date and well referenced information about Bipolar
Disorder, don’t miss Bipolar World’s Ask the Doctor’s own
website! Recovery
Sources Online Recovery
Sources Online
(noun, gradual healing after sickness or injury; the act of regaining or saving something lost…) 
One of the largest and best resource link
pages I’ve seen on the internet! The Food and
Drug Administration has approved for sale an
Indianapolis pharmaceutical company’s treatment for
bipolar depression.    Eli
Lilly & Co. said Symbyax should arrive in most U.S.
pharmacies in two to three weeks, the Indianapolis Star
reported.    Symbyax
becomes the first FDA-approved drug to treat the
depressive phase of bipolar disorder, a hard-to-treat
mental illness with debilitating mood swings ranging
from deep depression to abnormal elation.    Symbyax
is not a new chemical entity. It pairs two Lilly drugs,
Prozac and Zyprexa, in one pill. For more info Go Here The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has
approved Equetro (extended-release carbamazepine capsules),
previously known as SPD417, for indicated for the treatment
of acute manic and mixed episodes associated with Bipolar I
Disorder For more info Go Here Articles and Writings by
Dr.
Simon Sobo Book – Chapter 1: 
After Lisa
(1st Chapter of a novel about HMO’s (based
on a true story) Chapter 13:  From After Lisa (Ritchie’s suicide
attempt gets him hospitalized. Deborah goes to AA) Mood Stabilizers and Mood Swings: In Search of a Definition Summary of Bipolar Disorder Article
and Additions Since it was Written Reevaluation of the
Relationship Between Psychiatric Diagnosis and
Chemical Imbalances ADHD AND OTHER SINS OF OUR CHILDREN On the Banality of Positive Thinking Can Prozac Turn you into a Murderer? Psychotherapy Perspectives in Medication Management Fantastic Reviews Need Help Paying
for Meds? From
Dr Ivan Goldburg
Depression Central
Answers to questions about bipolar 
disorder secondary to head injury. What
are Doctors Taught about Bipolar Disorder?
Excellent information – perhaps intended 
for doctors but interesting and  educational for all.   Provided by MedicineNet
Provided by MedicineNet Thank You for visiting Bipolar
World! Bipolar Disorder and Substance Abuse
– some figures that may surprise you Substance Abuse and Mood Disorders
 – lots of articles and
information about different forms of substance abuse, effects,
and treatments when comorbid with Bipolar Disorder. ClinicalTrials.gov – Information on
Clinical Trials and Human Research Studies: Browse: Bipolar
Disorder  – lots of
excellent ongoing studies Elevated Frequency of Diabetes Mellitus in
Hospitalized Manic-Depressive Patients —  American Journal
of Psychiatry  Is there a
connection between bipolar disorder and diabetes?  Read
this short report New Sleep Medication
Lunesta Lunesta (eszopiclone), a new non-narcotic prescription
sleep aid from Sepracor, received FDA approval on December 15, 2004.
Lunesta represents a new treatment option for those suffering from
insomnia; Lunesta not only helps people fall asleep quickly, it helps
them sleep restfully through the night, with fewer interruptions, and
wake up refreshed and ready to start the day. For more info:  http://www.lunesta.com/ Bipolar Disorder and Substance Abuse
– some figures that may surprise you Substance Abuse and Mood Disorders
 – lots of articles and
information about different forms of substance abuse, effects,
and treatments when comorbid with Bipolar Disorder. ClinicalTrials.gov – Information on
Clinical Trials and Human Research Studies: Browse: Bipolar
Disorder  – lots of
excellent ongoing studies Elevated Frequency of Diabetes Mellitus in
Hospitalized Manic-Depressive Patients —  American Journal
of Psychiatry  Is there a
connection between bipolar disorder and diabetes?  Read
this short report Substance Abuse and Mood Disorders
 – lots of articles and
information about different forms of substance abuse, effects,
and treatments when comorbid with Bipolar Disorder. ClinicalTrials.gov – Information on
Clinical Trials and Human Research Studies: Browse: Bipolar
Disorder  – lots of
excellent ongoing studies Elevated Frequency of Diabetes Mellitus in
Hospitalized Manic-Depressive Patients —  American Journal
of Psychiatry  Is there a
connection between bipolar disorder and diabetes?  Read
this short report
New Sleep Medication
Lunesta Lunesta (eszopiclone), a new non-narcotic prescription
sleep aid from Sepracor, received FDA approval on December 15, 2004.
Lunesta represents a new treatment option for those suffering from
insomnia; Lunesta not only helps people fall asleep quickly, it helps
them sleep restfully through the night, with fewer interruptions, and
wake up refreshed and ready to start the day. For more info:  http://www.lunesta.com/
Read About Bipolar Disorder
Research Trials
HERE  National Depressive and Manic
Depressive Association’s name has been changed to : Depression and Bipolar
Support Alliance (DBSA)  The
Depression Newsletter The
Depression Newsletter
Sign up to receive three free copies of  The Depression
Newlsetter, written and edited by John McMan. This is the only
newsletter of its type on the internet with current, and often
hard-hitting news and articles about Bipolar Disorder. Psycheducation.org  
Dr. Jim Phelps For a high quality web site packed with
up to date and well referenced information about Bipolar
Disorder, don’t miss Bipolar World’s Ask the Doctor’s own
website! Recovery
Sources Online Recovery
Sources Online
(noun, gradual healing after sickness or injury; the act of regaining or saving something lost…) 
One of the largest and best resource link
pages I’ve seen on the internet! The Food and
Drug Administration has approved for sale an
Indianapolis pharmaceutical company’s treatment for
bipolar depression.    Eli
Lilly & Co. said Symbyax should arrive in most U.S.
pharmacies in two to three weeks, the Indianapolis Star
reported.    Symbyax
becomes the first FDA-approved drug to treat the
depressive phase of bipolar disorder, a hard-to-treat
mental illness with debilitating mood swings ranging
from deep depression to abnormal elation.    Symbyax
is not a new chemical entity. It pairs two Lilly drugs,
Prozac and Zyprexa, in one pill. For more info Go Here  The
Depression Newsletter The
Depression Newsletter
Sign up to receive three free copies of  The Depression
Newlsetter, written and edited by John McMan. This is the only
newsletter of its type on the internet with current, and often
hard-hitting news and articles about Bipolar Disorder. Psycheducation.org  
Dr. Jim Phelps For a high quality web site packed with
up to date and well referenced information about Bipolar
Disorder, don’t miss Bipolar World’s Ask the Doctor’s own
website! Recovery
Sources Online Recovery
Sources Online
(noun, gradual healing after sickness or injury; the act of regaining or saving something lost…) 
One of the largest and best resource link
pages I’ve seen on the internet! The Food and
Drug Administration has approved for sale an
Indianapolis pharmaceutical company’s treatment for
bipolar depression.    Eli
Lilly & Co. said Symbyax should arrive in most U.S.
pharmacies in two to three weeks, the Indianapolis Star
reported.    Symbyax
becomes the first FDA-approved drug to treat the
depressive phase of bipolar disorder, a hard-to-treat
mental illness with debilitating mood swings ranging
from deep depression to abnormal elation.    Symbyax
is not a new chemical entity. It pairs two Lilly drugs,
Prozac and Zyprexa, in one pill. For more info Go Here Psycheducation.org  
Dr. Jim Phelps For a high quality web site packed with
up to date and well referenced information about Bipolar
Disorder, don’t miss Bipolar World’s Ask the Doctor’s own
website! Recovery
Sources Online Recovery
Sources Online
(noun, gradual healing after sickness or injury; the act of regaining or saving something lost…) 
One of the largest and best resource link
pages I’ve seen on the internet!
 The Food and
Drug Administration has approved for sale an
Indianapolis pharmaceutical company’s treatment for
bipolar depression.    Eli
Lilly & Co. said Symbyax should arrive in most U.S.
pharmacies in two to three weeks, the Indianapolis Star
reported.    Symbyax
becomes the first FDA-approved drug to treat the
depressive phase of bipolar disorder, a hard-to-treat
mental illness with debilitating mood swings ranging
from deep depression to abnormal elation.    Symbyax
is not a new chemical entity. It pairs two Lilly drugs,
Prozac and Zyprexa, in one pill.
For more info Go Here
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has
approved Equetro (extended-release carbamazepine capsules),
previously known as SPD417, for indicated for the treatment
of acute manic and mixed episodes associated with Bipolar I
Disorder For more info Go Here Articles and Writings by
Dr.
Simon Sobo Book – Chapter 1: 
After Lisa
(1st Chapter of a novel about HMO’s (based
on a true story) Chapte…