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bi-polar

Having two polarities. See bipolar transistor and bipolar transmission.
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Since then, Mary has been diagnosed with incurable but treatable cancer and lost her dad, all of which is thought to have led to her bi-polar diagnosis seven years ago.
According to the company, Rykindo, an extended-release microsphere, is administered once every two weeks by intramuscular injection to treat schizophrenia and bi-polar disorder.
He said: "She has COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) and bi-polar depression, and this is making matters worse.
When he was diagnosed with bi-polar disorder and schizophrenia, he lived on disability for the remainder of his life.
AtmosAirTM purification systems generate bi-polar ions that are carried into the space where people live, work and play to significantly reduce harmful particulates, VOCs, allergens, mold, odors, bacteria and viruses.
The Recorder of Leeds, Judge Peter Collier QC, said he accepted he had done well in business while taking medication for his bi-polar disorder to keep under control the "spikes and lows" of his condition.
CONS: Bi-polar patients are warned against the remedy because it is know to cause hypomania.
By installing this ready-to-use bi-polar temperature controller that has been optimized to operate thermoelectric assemblies, engineers can save hundreds of product development hours.
The comedian, 58, has previously credited Elliott with rescuing him after his public battle with depression and bi-polar disorder, which resulted in a suicide attempt in 2012.
The 54-year-old, who has bi-polar disorder, said he was "coming back into boxing" to help him cope with the effects of his medication.
People suffering with depression, bi-polar, schizophrenia and many more illnesses need a lot more support, and not just financially.
Most surprising of all, our bi-polar heroine is living a relatively 'normal' life.