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New study suggests mothers could be responsible for their children's OCD

By Sean Dowling, Buzz60 A new study suggests mothers could be responsible for their children developing obsessive compulsive disorder, or OCD. OCD is the condition where excessive thoughts lead to repetitive behaviors such as repeatedly showering or washing your hands. SEE ALSO: 4 different types of cuisines may help you live longer Swedish researchers from the Karolinska Institutet think the condition could be determined from when babies are in the womb.
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