In the January issue of the journal Neuropsychopharmacology, Foundation-supported sci
Scientists are using MRI scans to visualize brain activity and learn how sensory processing is affected in people with bipolar disorder.
After searching for decades, researchers have discovered important clues about how lithium, a mainstay of treatment for many people with bipolar disorder, alters the function of neurons to prevent manic episodes.
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