This study analyzed data from 2 clinical cohorts of patients living in Sweden taking lithium for bipolar disorder.
The researchers analyzed the relationship between metabolic syndrome and people with bipolar disorder (BD), the influence of weight on suicidal thoughts and behavior, and whether serum lipid levels would serve as biomarkers for suicidality in people with BD.
Researchers evaluated the regularity and distribution of social rhythm in individuals with clinically significant OCD symptoms and the role of affect and symptom severity in subtypes of OCD.
A model comprising 6 clinical variables could be used to guide lithium dosage.
The prospective single-center observational study involved 217 individuals aged 18 and or over treated with lithium.
Data for this analysis were sourced from the Danish High Risk and Resilience Study. Participants were identified through the Danish Civil Registration System and Danish Psychiatric Central Research Register.
This study was conducted at the Ankara University in Turkey. Patients with bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and healthy controls underwent continuous wave Functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy evaluation while completing a mental state judgment task.
Data for this study were sourced from 4 active treatment arms of 4 randomized, controlled trials conducted by the National Institutes of Health in the United States between 2006 and 2018.
This study recruited individuals aged 12-30 years who had first-degree relatives with BD I or II and those with no family history of mental illness.
Researchers used the ecological momentary assessment, actigraphy, and self-reported sleep measures to examine the relationship of sleep and mood in people with bipolar disorder.