Tag Archives: OCD research

Deep Brain Stimulation for OCD – Taking It To The Next Level

As we know, exposure and response prevention (ERP) therapy is the front line psychological treatment for OCD. Many people are also helped by medication. While I’ve written before about confusion surrounding treatment resistant OCD, the fact remains that there are … Continue reading

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OCD and Exciting Research

Ever hear of mGluR5? Sapap3? I surely hadn’t until this past week when some results from research conducted at Duke University were revealed. I’m no scientist, so in the most basic of layman’s terms, this is how I understand it: … Continue reading

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Spreading the Word About OCD

Well, I watched ABC News “20/20” on Friday night, and hope some of you got to see it as well. My main reason for blogging has always been to spread the word that OCD, no matter how severe, is treatable, … Continue reading

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Exciting OCD Research

I just wanted to share this recent news in case you haven’t already heard about it. The first genome-wide search for genes responsible for obsessive-compulsive disorder has uncovered some clues as to the basis of the illness. A similar study … Continue reading

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