This Month's Articles
Insurance. No matter where you live, there are alternatives to
expensive medical care. This article looks at sources of free or low-cost
health care, medical savings accounts, charitable programs run by
pharmaceutical companies, doctor's samples, mail-order medications with
lower prices, clinical trials, and miscellaneous discounts.
Early Intervention. If
your child is diagnosed with bipolar disorder as a preschooler, he should
be eligible for early intervention services. This article describes the
process of getting evaluated and getting services.
Evaluating Supplements, Herbs, and
Vitamins. It's just as important to be a smart consumer about
supplements as it is with traditional medicine. How can you assess claims
about supplements, herbal remedies, vitamins, and minerals?
"Thought Errors." Some types
of thinking common to those with bipolar disorders are irrational and
difficult for others to understand. There are techniques for understanding
and changing these thinking errors.