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Real risks of growing up with bipolar parents

Children of parents with bipolar disorder (BD) are more susceptible to psychosocial problems, most notably risky sexual behavior, researchers report. Because it is also associated with a heightened risk of suicide, substance abuse, hypersexuality, familial discord and aggressive behaviour, BD affects not just those suffering from it, but also those around them -- especially their children.
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