Causes of Bipolar Disorder in Children
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Top Ten Best-Selling Books on Bipolar for Parents, Kids and Teens; CABF Bookstore, February 2011 | Child & Adolescent Bipolar Foundation
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healthnews.uc.edu — “At the University of Cincinnati, researchers in the psychiatry department are studying the potential of omega 3 fatty acids, which occur naturally in fish oil, to prevent bipolar disorder from developing in children.” View full resource at healthnews.uc.edu
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childrenshospital.org — “Marfan syndrome is a genetic disorder that causes connective tissues?which provide substance, shape and support to many parts of the body?to be weaker than they should be. Marfan often weakens the aorta (the blood vessel that carries blood away from the heart to the body), creating the risk of an aortic tear, leak or aneurysm.” View full resource at childrenshospital.org
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