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The majority of survey participants (78%) reported having been to a gynecologist, 37% attended annual visits, 78% had health insurance, 56% delayed care because of gender identity concerns, and 20% experienced mistreatment at a gynecologist's office.
Since the last guidelines came out in 2008, new evidence has documented the connection between mistreatment early in childhood and subsequent health problems, and studies have provided fresh insight into the lasting effects of chronic stress.
One of the victims of sexual harassment at Sunday rally had submitted an application in a police station against Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) and held the Punjab government responsible for the mistreatment of women.
A range of terms have been used to describe violence against women and girls during labour and birth, including childbirth abuse, 'birth rape', mistreatment, and most recently obstetric violence.
Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry met with the Sudanese ambassador in Cairo after the embassy released two statements inquiring about the cases of mistreatment and detention of Sudanese nationals in Egypt.
Bullying and peer mistreatment continue to be issues in elementary, middle, and high schools throughout the United States.
Accordingly, senior staff should be held responsible for the mistreatment of those lower in rank.
Two of the officers involved in the case earlier appeared in the same court in connection with the mistreatment of several inmates incarcerated at the Reform and Rehabilitation Centre in Jaw Prison on drug-related charges.
Resident-to-resident elder mistreatment affects nearly 20% of residents.
Youth voice project; student insights into bullying and peer mistreatment.
In a statement released on Monday, UNICEF stated that "violations are ongoing", seven months after an initial paper was released which highlighted widespread mistreatment of Palestinian youths arrested in the West Bank, Al-Alam reported.
The Philippines government should promptly investigate all credible accounts of detainee mistreatment, take appropriate action to stop it, and punish those responsible," Brad Adams, Asia director of the Human Rights Watch said.