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In these turbulent times, the risk of suicide is amplified. Here’s how to keep yourself and loved ones safe from this very real, but preventable, threat.
The outbreak of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is stressful for everyone. Managing your bipolar disorder symptoms during these chaotic times is vital to your stability and well-being.
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A long-term study in more than 1,100 people yields a new seven-factor framework that could help patients, clinicians and researchers.
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Ways to help yourself and others in your community who may be hit hardest by COVID-19 and cancellations.
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Aggressive approach could reduce number of U-M hospitalized patients in early May by as much as 65 percent
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