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1 She told them that her daughter-in-law was manic-depressive.
2 Winston Churchill, an evident manic-depressive who rarely slept, is a notable example.
3 The report analyses dermatoglyphic features in 100 manic-depressive psychosis patients, compared with 100 normal persons.
4 Bipolar disorder, also known as manic-depressive illness, is a mental illness characterized by severe mood instability that can be serious and disabling.
5 The kokle is the manic-depressive of the string family.
6 Over 400 thousand people are manic-depressive to the point they need to seek a doctor.
7 Bipolar disorder, also known as manic-depressive illness, is a brain disorder that causes unusual shifts in a person's mood, energy, and ability to function.
8 "Your sister's bipolar (manic-depressive) but she does fine on medication " she says gently.
9 Left untreated, however, manic-depressive illness often worsens over time—and no one is creative when severely depressed, psychotic or dead.
10 You could say that markets are manic-depressive - rising too high and falling too low, only to swing back.
11 After analyzing thousands of case studies, he introduced and defined the terms "dementia praecox" (schizophrenia), "manic-depressive psychosis," and "paranoia."
12 Doctor, doctor, I'm manic-depressive.
13 Seldom before had music possessed such hyper-sensitivity, such visceral intensity, such manic-depressive immediacy.
14 But there is a lot of alcoholism and drug abuse associated with manic-depressive illness.
15 This is perpetuated in modern weaning during the oral stage and finds an equivalent in manic-depressive and paranoid-schizophrenic disorders.
16 Here are some interesting facts from a 1993 survey of people with manic-depressive illness.
17 Objective:To observe the functional status of peripheral sexual hormones in patients with manic-depressive disorder and schizophrenia.
18 To investigate the distribution and frequency of symptoms in manic-depressive disorder.
19 Chara has also specialized in offbeat roles,[www.Sentencedict.com] from a manic-depressive brat who dresses like a crow in Picnic to a Chinese hooker who becomes a nightclub singer in Iwai's Swallowtail.
20 Counteracting or diminishing the symptoms of psychotic disorders, such as schizophrenia, paranoia, and manic-depressive psychosis.
21 She has also written and produced a series of public television specials about manic-depressive illness and the arts.
22 Some treatment strategies pay insufficient heed to the benefits manic-depressive illness can bestow on some individuals.
23 Strictly at your option. Under these conditions, the more manic-depressive his behavior, the better for you.
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