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Kanye West has been open about his mental health, but he doesn't appreciate being labelled as "crazy." In fact, he thinks the word will soon be out of date.
Mania is characterized by having lots of energy, feeling "wired," and being especially active. It can also lead to risky behavior or even psychosis.
My partner was recently diagnosed with bipolar disorder. How can I be supportive of them without getting sucked into their lows?
If you're in a relationship with someone who is dealing with mental illness, figuring out how to support them might feel daunting.
Kanye West opened up to David Letterman about what it’s like to have bipolar disorder and manic episodes: ‘You feel everyone wants to kill...
Kanye West spoke candidly about his mental health and what it's like to experience a manic episode for the new season of 'My Next Guest Needs No Introduction.'
The singer told fans on Twitter that she has the mental illness, which causes extreme mood swings.
The best-selling author of ‘The Woman In the Window’ says he faked brain cancer to cover up his bipolar diagnosis
Dan Mallory, whose book "The Woman in the Window" is becoming a film, had a history of fabricating parts of his life, according to The New Yorker.
A new company just launched that can detect depression based on the sound of your voice — here’s how it works
Behavioral health-tech startup Cogito has spun out a new company focused on detecting mental illnesses like depression based on the sound of your voice.
Here's where to seek help in Singapore, if you suspect that you or a loved one may be suffering from mental health issues.
Diagnosing the mental health of celebrities like Kanye West and Amanda Bynes from afar is damaging and dangerous
High-profile people are often subjected to rumours and 'armchair psychiatrists' when they behave in ways that seem out of the ordinary.
These are the most common misconceptions of bipolar disorder, according to someone who lives with it
It shouldn't be romanticised, said Katherine Ponte, who has lived with bipolar 1 for 15 years.