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Under Trumpcare, PTSD, PPD can be pre-existing conditions
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Although the Trump Administration’s Obamacare replacement plan has passed the House of Representatives, opponents of the American Health Care Act (AHCA) say that the new bill would allow states to discriminate against women. Under the AHCA, the states are allowed to grant insurance companies the power to deny coverage to a patient basis pre-existing conditions, […]


The demographics of those most at risk of self-harm
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  Nonsuicidal self-injury, often simply called self-injury, is the act of deliberately harming the surface of your own body such as cutting or burning yourself. It’s typically not intended as a suicide attempt. Rather, this type of self-injury is an unhealthy way to cope with emotional pain, intense anger and frustration. However, repeated self-harm is […]


Middle-aged white women face increasing danger from alcohol abuse
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Recently, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported alcohol-related deaths among women in Nevada were increasing. According to data analyzed by the newspaper from the Division of Public and Behavioral Health of the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services, 42 women died of alcohol-related causes in 2015. That’s an increase from 29 in 2014. What may […]


Study suggests that drinking to ease trauma makes it worse
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People consume alcohol for a wide variety of reasons. It may be to celebrate happy occasions, or it could be to hide pain or suffering. However, drinking to forget painful memories may be self-defeating, says a recent study by Johns Hopkins Medicine published in Translational Psychiatry. Measuring the response The study identified the mechanism responsible […]


New study links narcissistic men to sexual assault
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An estimated one-fifth of women are sexually assaulted on college campuses. College men have consistently reported committing acts that range from unwanted kissing and sexual contact to behaviors that meet the legal definitions of rape. Sixty-three percent of men at one university admitted to an attempt or actually committing acts that qualify as forced rape, […]


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