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Question by The Advocate of the Devil: What is a “specialized gender identity treatment center” as specified under the PSU health plan?
I’m looking at this:

“Coverage will not be
provided unless the member has already completed a recognized program at a specialized
gender identity treatment center.”

https://www.aetnastudenthealth.com/schools/psu/dombrochure1213.pdf

Now, I’m currently seeing a therapist, currently taking hormones and also full-time, but I’ve never heard of anything like this. What is it?

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Answer by Clones Don’t Have 200k Pts
Ask Aetna.
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Question by ebizartistry: What are three different drugs used for psychiatric problems?
I must look up these drugs and provide the “indications”, “main side effects” and “abuse potential” for each, however I am not sure what the most common or popular drugs are that are commonly prescribed in the US. Can anyone help?

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Question by guerrero82: Do you feel sorry for the poor, or are they victims of their own doing?
I feel bad for the poor. Everyone should have money and some nice things.

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Answer by Alison
Depends on the situation and circumstances…..

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DC pledges 1m/- for drug recovery centre
Kinondoni District Commissioner Jordan Rugimbana has pledged to contribute 1ml/- to support the newly introduced treatment and rehabilitation centre for drug addicts at Kikale village in Rufiji district, Coast region. Rugimbana made the pledge …
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Anti-depressants could help stroke patients recover more quickly by
Anti-depressants could help recovery after a stroke – even in patients who are not depressed, research suggests. The drugs could reduce dependence, physical disability, depression and anxiety in the first year after a stroke, according to the study …
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Question by Frenzy: How often must one get drunk before you would consider them an alcoholic? ?
With what frequency must drinking to get drunk, not having a glass of wine over dinner for instance, occur before you would consider a person an alcoholic?

I don’t buy into this AA mythology that alcoholism is a disease, by the way. It’s an expression of a specific behavior – excessive consumption of alcohol to get become inebriated. So, if you happen to be a member of that cult, you don’t have to answer this question.

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Answer by LIKELY STORY
Well, the doctors say, I think it is one or two drinks a day is OK, maybe three stretching it, so take it from there, then you are damaging your body

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Rehab Center Starts Treating Smartphone Addicts
Nomophobia: the fear of being without technology. No, this isn’t our attempt at an Onion-style satirical news piece. According to some mental health professionals, nomophobia — “no-mobile-phone-phobia” — is an actual disorder affecting millions of …
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Octomom Nadya Suleman skips treatment center for drug addiction to star in
Nadya ‘Octomom’ Suleman clearly isn’t taking her 28-day stint rehab too seriously as it turns out the mother-of-14 has been shooting a spoof music video in Tennessee. Suleman checked into a treatment centre for anti-anxiety drug Xanax addiction, stress …
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Celebrity Rehab: 5 Stars Who Sought Treatment For Addiction Post-Split
… the doctor ordered — in moderation. But for addicts — current or recovering — the stress of the split can trigger a dangerous relapse into past bad behaviors. Click through the slides below to see five celebrities who took the big step to get …
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Austin Texas Drug Rehab Identifies Increase in Young Adult Addiction
Burning Tree maintains two treatment centers in Texas, near Austin and Dallas, providing long-term residential treatment for substance abuse patients from the contiguous U.S. The centers provide a dual diagnosis to determine potential co-occurring …
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