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  1. Do your own research on any psychiatric or medical topic of interest by accessing the National Library of Medicine’s database of the world’s medical literature.

  2. Get additional information on depression medication from WebMD

  3. For more information on bipolar disorder, check out: Bipolar World or The Depression Bipolar Support Alliance

  4. Want to find out more about child and adolescent bipolar disorder? Go to the Child and Adolescent Bipolar Foundation

  5. Does that nutritional supplement you are using for depression (such as SAMe) have in it what the label claims and is it free of contaminants? Go to ConsumerLab to find out.

  6. Want to know how depression, bipolar disorder, and other psychiatric disorders should be treated? Find out what the consensus of the experts is at www.psychguides.com

  7. You will be surprised by the number of famous people who have suffered from bipolar disorder

  8. Suffering from depression? Want information and support? Go to the Depression and Related Affective Disorders Association
 
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