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Bipolar disorder affects 200 million people globally, and yet there are so many questions surrounding the condition. A new study reveals that the answers mat actually be found within our stem cells.
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Researchers from the University of South Florida (USF) have reportedly discovered that an alternative salt form of lithium might be a safer, less toxic way to treat bipolar disorder...
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