Please keep in mind that correlation does not imply causation. Just because you have BD, and all these many illnesses have been found to be more prevalent amongst people with BD, does not mean you suffer from all or even some of those illnesses.
Based on the following article: “American tertiary clinic-referred bipolar II disorder compared to bipolar I disorder: More severe in multiple ways, but less severe in a few other ways” Dell’Osso, […]
I started off this post with the title “Mental floff Mondays”. My brain is fried after the long year. I’m sure many would agree that it’s time for a break. […]
The Cape Town Recovery Film Festival, has gone national and has been renamed the South African Recovery Film Festival. The festival is of particular interest to us because it focuses on […]
Mental Health Information Line – 0800 567 56 South African Government: Admission to a mental health institution (Info also available in Afrikaans, isiNdebele, isiXhosa, isiZulu, Sesotho, Sesotho sa Leboa, Setswana, Siswati, […]
We’re on the look out for some fresh material that fits with our theme, “The cost of good health in South Africa”. There are many ways one can interpret this […]