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Intermittent explosive disorder is a condition that involves sudden, repeated episodes of aggression, anger, and impulsive outbursts in which a person...
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For people who suffer from obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), taking antidepressants is typically the first method of treatment. However, most indiv...
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Women who have recently given birth to a baby are at a higher risk of suffering from the symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) than the gene...
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New research has shown that a five week treatment with synthetic oxytocin has significantly improved social, behavioral and emotional issues in young...
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The areas in the human brain that are linked to social behaviors are both underdeveloped and insufficiently networked in youngsters with a highly func...
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Medical scientists think they have uncovered which portion of the brain assists people in ignoring distractions, according to a new study published in...
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There is new research which suggests that the use of benzodiazepines for treating psychiatric conditions should not be done, as the evidence indicates...
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It’s possible that high-intensity ultrasound could possibly relieve the symptoms of obsessive compulsive disorder in patients that are difficult to tr...
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In an interesting new study done by the University of Cambridge, it is thought that people’s thinking style can be indicated by their taste in music....
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A newly done study has found that misfiring in the brain’s habit control system could be behind the compulsive behaviors associated with obsessive com...
 
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