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How the brains habit system enslaves people with OCD

How the brain's habit system enslaves people with OCD

People who live with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) might have new answers regarding their frustrating mental health condition, thanks to a new study. Despite not being able to pinpoint a specific cause for the disorder, scientists have...

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