This difference was particularly evident in the morning between 0600 and 1200, when bipolar disorder patients showed an acceleration reduction of 36 percent and an activity energy expenditure reduced amount of 35 percent weighed against unipolar individuals. Kessing et al conclude: ‘In a remitted or slight/moderate depressive state, bipolar disorder is associated with a lesser activity level substantially, compared to unipolar disorder.’ They add: ‘If this difference between organizations can be replicated in further research, monitoring of free-living movement may be a promising tool in the medical diagnosis and distinction between unipolar disorder and bipolar disorder in the remitted to depressive condition.’ Licensed from medwireNews with permission from Springer Health care Ltd.Ebola in the U.S.: Who pays the expenses?Four Ebola instances have been diagnosed in the United States. The first affected individual, Thomas Eric Duncan, in October was infected in Liberia and died at a Dallas hospital. Two of his nurses also contracted the virus but survived. Several other patients – – mostly healthcare employees – – received treatment in U.S. Hospitals after getting diagnosed in West Africa, where in fact the Ebola outbreak offers sickened more than 15,900 people and killed at least 5,700. The specified U.S. Ebola treatment hospitals are: California Kaiser Oakland INFIRMARY; Oakland, CaliforniaKaiser South Sacramento Medical Center; Sacramento, CaliforniaUniversity of California Davis INFIRMARY; Sacramento, CaliforniaUniversity of California San Francisco Medical Center; SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, CaliforniaGeorgia Emory University Hospital; Atlanta, GeorgiaIllinois Ann & Robert H.