Obsessive Compulsive Disorder News
Author John Green wrote new novel 'Turtles All the Way Down' to share his personal struggle with OCD
Best-selling author John Green said his new novel, "Turtles All the Way Down," was a way for him to connect with children who suffer from obsessive compulsive disorder [ OCD ] and an opportunity to share his personal struggle with the disease. "One of the reasons I wanted to write this book was
John Green discusses his new book 'Turtles All The Way Down'
The best-selling young adult author says his latest work, chronicling a teen with mental illness, is his most personal book yet.
'What Would You Do?' recap: Man pushes pregnant wife to lose weight
Here is a recap of this week's episode of "What Would You Do?" with ABC's John Quiñones. What would you do: Gender-appropriate toys A young boy picks out a doll for his mother to buy him at a toy store. She is ashamed by his choice and wants him to select what she considers a boy’s toy. A young
'What Would You Do?' episode recap: Mom argues with child over gender appropriate toys, daughter disapproves of father's girlfriend
Here is a recap of the Friday, July 28, episode of "What Would You Do?" with ABC's John Quiñones: What Would You Do: Gender Appropriate Toys -- At a toy store, a young boy loves the dolls and selects one for his mother to buy him. She is ashamed by his choice and wants him to pick out what she
What Would You Do: Diners become upset over OCD waiter
A waiter's obsessive compulsive disorder is upsetting a pair of diners who say it is affecting their dining experience.
One woman's story of exercise addiction
A new medical review calls attention to exercise addiction and highlights how people can become obsessed with and have withdrawal effects from exercise.
'10% Happier' with Vegan Ultra-Endurance Athlete Rich Roll
The best-selling author talks with ABC's Dan Harris about finding meditation while working on getting sober and how he turned his life around.
'Tony Christmas' Covers House in 60,000 Christmas Lights in Epic Display
Tony Pampena is a contestant on ABC's "The Great Christmas Light Fight," where families battle it out for the best displays.
Defense Paints NCIS Mole as Pitiful Wreck Ahead of Sentencing
He was lonely. He needed a girlfriend. He needed father figure. He was suffering from physical ailments. He has mental disorders. He drank too much. He was tired. He was weak. And when he was at his absolute lowest point, he was preyed upon. That's how attorneys for John Beliveau say the former
How many more celebratory soaring scissors kicks for Rafael Nadal?
NEW YORK -- Rafael Nadal , once the fiercest of predators, is now the hunted. Or perhaps it's haunted. Since he won his last Grand Slam singles title, more than two years ago at Roland Garros, nine majors have been played to completion. Rafa missed two of them with injuries, reached two