0

Deep-brain stimulation helping with Tourette Syndrome, OCD

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following research article was pulled from the website of the Gainesville Sun, was written by Kristine Cane and was published on October 17. A decade ago, deep-brain stimulation for Parkinson’s disease was considered a risky procedure. Today, it’s… Continue Reading

0

Multi-strategy treatment controls Tourette Syndrome-related tics

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following research article was pulled from the Psychiatry News section of Psychiatry Online and was written by Joan Arehart-Treichel. Although youth with Tourette Syndrome tics often outgrow them, some individuals do not. And while antipsychotic medications can… Continue Reading

0

Webinars and Rutgers clinic can help with academic accommodations and assessments

The most recent webinar offered by the New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome & Associated Disorders (NJCTS) focused on academic accommodations, and another webinar tomorrow, August 22 will do the same. However, as children age and go through the educational process, accommodations… Continue Reading

3

Tourette Syndrome patients with tics can benefit from Omega-3 fatty acids

Tourette Syndrome has a whole bag of things to manage. Omega-3 fatty acids might not be able to help with all of them, but helping tic-related impairments is a good start. A new placebo, double-blind randomized study for kids with… Continue Reading