• mood
  • Youth with mood disorders are not yet widely recognized as a group at increased risk for excessive and early heart disease," Goldstein said in a news release . (cardiovascularbusiness.com)
  • Dr. Henderson evaluated these patients like any good child psychiatrist would: He looked for mood disorders, a history of childhood abuse, assessed their sleep quality, and reviewed their school performance. (simmaronresearch.com)
  • shown
  • Studies of identical twins have shown that the twin of a person with bipolar illness does not always develop the disorder, despite the fact that identical twins share all of the same genes. (adultmentalhealth.org)
  • years
  • This structure and its connections to other parts of the brain mature during adolescence, suggesting that abnormal development of this brain circuit may account for why the disorder tends to emerge during a person's teen years. (adultmentalhealth.org)