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Epigenetic aging linked to bipolar disorder. Bipolar disorder may involve accelerated epigenetic aging, which could explain why persons with the disorder are more likely to have -- and die from -- age-related diseases, according to researchers. Source 3l.

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Adjusting fatty acid intake may help with mood variability in bipolar disorders. Can specific dietary guidelines help people living with bipolar disorders better manage their health? Clinical trial results showed that a diet designed to alter levels of specific fatty acids consumed by participants may help patients have less variability in their mood. Source 2b.

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Bipolar disorder is a mood condition that can cause severe mood swings: You may feel extremely "High" at times, elated, irritable, or energetic. This is known as a manic episode. Other times you may feel depressed, sad, listless, or hopeless.

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