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How Talking Openly Against Stigma Helped A Mother And Son Cope With Bipolar Disorder

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Bass iconoclast Jaco Pastorius (seen here in 1986) is the subject of a new documentary produced by Metallica's Robert Trujillo. Claus Eckert/Sony Legacy hide caption

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Metallica's Robert Trujillo On His Hero, Jaco Pastorius

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A Memoir Of A Family's Diaspora, And A Mother's Depression

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Phone App Might Predict Manic Episodes In Bipolar Disorder

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George McCann has been diagnosed with a subtype of bipolar disorder called the "fear of harm" profile, and finds that a prescribed dose of ketamine every few days alleviates his symptoms. Michael Rubenstein for NPR hide caption

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How An Unlikely Drug Helps Some Children Consumed By Fear

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Linea Johnson, left, and her mother, Cinda, in May 2012 at the launch of their book on the family's struggle with Linea's bipolar disorder. Tommy Voeten hide caption

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Family's Fight Against Bipolar Disorder Leads To Shock Therapy Success

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