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OCDObsessive-Compulsive Disorder
OCDOffice of Child Development
OCDOver the Counter Drugs
OCDOsteochondritis Dissecans
OCDOffice of Civil Defense
OCDOil Conservation Division
OCDObsessive Castle Disorder
OCDOffice of Community Development (USDA)
OCDOrtho Clinical Diagnostics, Inc
OCDOff-Chip Driver
OCDOn Chip Debugger
OCDOrder of Discalced Carmelites (Catholic Order; The Secular Order of Carmel)
OCDOffice of Civilian Defense (USA)
OCDOsteochondral Defect
OCDOff Chip Driver Calibration
OCDOxford Classical Dictionary
OCDOffice of the Center Director
OCDOnline Course Development (various universities)
OCDOrganized Crime Division
OCDOptionally Convertible Debenture (finance)
OCDOperational Concept Document
OCDOrganizing for Community Development
OCDOfficial Catholic Directory
OCDOperational Concept Description
OCDOffshore and Coastal Dispersion
OCDOntario College Diploma (Canada)
OCDOxygen Conserving Device (various companies)
OCDOptical Critical Dimension (metrology)
OCDOffice of Coal Development
OCDOperational Capability Demonstration
OCDOut of Cell Delineation
OCDObsessive Completion Distinction
OCDOkanogan Conservation District
OCDOfficer Career Development
OCDOffice of Commonwealth Development (Massachusetts)
OCDOperator Control Display (AEGIS Combat Training System ACTS)
OCDOcean Chemistry Division
OCDOpening Closed Doors
OCDOrdre des Cols Durs (France cycling club)
OCDOahu Civil Defense (Hawaii)
OCDOntario Camp of the Deaf (Ontario, Canada)
OCDOff Campus Dons
OCDObsessive Cullen Disorder
OCDObject Component Desktop
OCDOptical Concentration Device
OCDOxalyl-CoA Decarboxylase (enzyme)
OCDOptical Communications Demonstrator
OCDObscure Character of the Day
OCDOverseas Control Date
OCDOffensive Central Defender (gaming)
OCDOver-Constrained Dispatch
OCDOccupational Cerviobrachial Disorder
OCDOptimal Coherent Decomposition
OCDOptically Coupled Device
OCDOrder Configuration and Distribution
OCDOrdnance Clearance Detachment
OCDObsessive Clinton Disorder (humor)
OCDOfficer of Civilian Defense (US Navy)
OCDOver-Complete Dictionary
OCDOperations Capability Development
OCDOil Content Detector
OCDOver Cleaning Disorder (humor)
OCDObsessive Comics Disorder
OCDOperations Control Directive (NASA)
OCDOperational Control Document
OCDOrdnance Classification of Defects
OCDOrdered Constant Depth
OCDOffshore Centre Denmark
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"The research we reviewed in our article indicates that cannabinoids could one day play a role in the treatment of OCD and related disorders," said lead author and psychiatrist Dr.
"Harming OCD' is strikingly common," says Marilee Feldman, owner of Life Counseling Institute in Willowbrook, which specializes in treating OCD.
'We would like to assure the public that the funds for the victims of the Marawi siege in the amount of P36.91 million from various donors is still with the OCD and are not missing,' Jalad said.
As part of its mandate, the OCD is obliged to provide financial assistance amounting to P10,000 for each victim killed in man-made or natural calamities and P5,000 for each wounded.
Here I offer methods to help effectively identify OCD in postpartum women, and suggest how to implement an individualized treatment approach.
The OCD is the distance between the lateral canthi of the palpebral fissures bilaterally.4
One study examining the "situational awareness" of OCD patients found that there were disorders in the early stages of visual perception and comprehension by binding visual stimuli mediated by attention.
"Disappointed to see Prince William describe himself as having 'serious OCD' with light switches when what he means is he was taught to be a "stickler" for turning off lights by his father in order to save energy.
Based on true events from Puleston-Davies' experiences of living with OCD, the public can watch Michael Sheen and Shirley Henderson star in this touching and funny tale.
You can participate by creating a short video telling others "What I want you to know about OCD," and posting to social media using #RealOCD.
The OCD group included 62 patients aged 18-65 years who were recruited for the study after meeting the Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV/Clinical Version (SCID-I) (12) diagnostic criteria for OCD.
To compile data, Coles and her research team read through many papers that addressed OCD prevalence rates in certain places and then recorded the latitudes of each location.