Women & Men Experience Bipolar Disorder Differently

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We’ve long known that gender affects how people experience bipolar disorder, impacting everything from what symptoms they experience to a specific point in life when the disorder first appears. But new research from Penn State has revealed that bipolar disorder is different for men and women on a biological level ā€” which has big implications for the future of treatment.

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