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Social support and psychological well-being in gender dysphoria: a comparison of patients with matched controls.
INTRODUCTION There is a paucity of research in the area of social support and psychological well-being among people with gender dysphoria. AIMS The present study aimed to investigate levels ofExpand
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Work demands, social support, and job satisfaction in eating disorder inpatient settings: a qualitative study.
In this qualitative study, we aimed to investigate work demands experienced by health-care workers in an adult eating disorder inpatient service. We also aimed to investigate the use of socialExpand
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Self-injury among trans individuals and matched controls: prevalence and associated factors.
This study aims to determine the prevalence rate of current non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) among trans individuals, in comparison with a control sample of non-trans adults. It also aims to compareExpand
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Predictors of psychological well-being among treatment seeking transgender individuals
ABSTRACT Research has yet to identify specific predictors of poor psychological well-being and quality of life in transgender people. This study aimed first to explore the predictive value of fiveExpand
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A Landscape Approach to Bighorn Sheep Rock Art in the Dolores River Valley
This paper attempts to analyze the location of bighorn sheep rock art in the Dolores River Valley in relation to projected areas of bighorn sheep habitat. A landscape approach is applied in order toExpand
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Interpersonal Functioning Among Treatment-Seeking Trans Individuals.
OBJECTIVES Trans people have been found to have high levels of depression. In view of the association between interpersonal problems and depression and the importance of interpersonal skills toExpand
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Terminally ill to get access to super - myDr.com.au
Terminally ill people with fewer than 2 years to live are to be granted access to their superannuation from July 2015.
Ankle strength affected by stiletto heels - myDr.com.au
Regular wearing of high heels, such as stilettos, significantly affects ankle strength, study shows.