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#TalkBD Free Online Meetup: Staying Mentally Well During COVID-19

Laura Lapadat on March 20, 2020   |    1 Comment

Thank you to everyone who attended our first #TalkBD online meetup! We’re happy to say we’ll be continuing this series, and will announce the next in a few days. In the meantime, consider attending our Reddit AMA on Monday, March 30th, in honour of World Bipolar Day. On Wednesday, March … Read more

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Does bipolar disorder damage your brain?

on February 26, 2020   |    No Comments

At the mood disorders clinic not long ago, I was seeing a young woman with bipolar disorder. She was doing generally well and was back at work, but felt that she wasn’t able to retain information as well as she used to. I’d had a number of similar discussions with … Read more

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CREST.BD: Top 4 Mental Health Movies Released in 2017

on January 25, 2018   |    2 Comments

In our second blog of 2018, we’re casting our eyes back to some of the highlights of the 2017 movie year for you. Where to watch our top movies of 2017: You can purchase these movies online, or in store if you can find them. Other options include renting them … Read more

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CREST.BD: Top 5 Anxiety Apps of 2017

Caden Poh on December 28, 2017   |    No Comments

This list has been compiled by the CREST.BD team based on user reviews, scientific literature (e.g., recent World Psychiatry meta-analysis), trusted personal contacts, and recommendations made by other sites (e.g., Healthline). The apps on this list are free to download, but please be mindful of potential in-app purchases and add-ons. Here are five of … Read more

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