Study: Children with Tourette benefit from behavioral therapy

05/18/2010 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

A U.S. study of 126 children with Tourette syndrome or a chronic tic disorder found significant improvements in 53% of those who completed 10 weeks of a therapy called comprehensive behavioral intervention for tics. The researchers said the findings show that the therapy was as effective as medication.

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