OCD and dating aren't mutually exclusive. Romance might be more difficult but not impossible.
A multifaceted approach is the most effective way to help people dealing with symptoms.
There's a lot more to obsessive-compulsive disorder than handwashing and checking the stove.
One in 40 U.S. adults experience OCD, a combination of one or more of five different types.
The images in these parents' heads are terrifying, and professional help is vital.
Obsessive-compulsive disorder can't always be seen from the outside.
The invasive procedure is only available as a last resort for treatment-resistant patients.
From addiction to dementia, the range of conditions addressed by DBS is growing.
An estimated 2.2 million adults in the U.S. have it—effective treatments are available.
While Tourette syndrome can present challenges, it's possible to effectively manage symptoms.
If you have an anxiety disorder, experts say you're at greater risk of developing OCD.