Morrow, Claire
July 2005
Investigate;Jul2005, Vol. 5 Issue 54, p82
Focuses on mental illness. Symptoms of the illness, including sleep disturbance; Effectiveness of lithium carbonate on treating the illness in 1948; Treatments for depression.


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