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January 2008
SOURCE
Youth with Bipolar Disorder: Achieving Stability;2008, p123
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Book
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Article
ABSTRACT
A list of Web sites related to bipolar disorder is presented, which includes the sites of Bipolar Community, Psych Central and Teen Mental Health.
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36411166

 

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