College May Trigger Bipolar Symptoms

College may trigger bipolar symptoms

The rituals of college -- making new friends, studying until dawn, excessive partying -- can stress out any young adult. But students with bipolar disorder, or those at risk for the condition, are even more vulnerable in a college environment.

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