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Family History Best Indicator That It?s Bipolar Disorder, Not Depression

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Looking into a young person’s family history is the best indicator that he or she is developing bipolar disorder, and not unipolar depression,*according*to*researchers from the University of Sydney. A family history that includes bipolar, psychotic, or substance use disorders points more toward the possibility of bipolar disorder, while increased social anxiety levels point toward unipolar [...]

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