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www.reference.com/article/constructive-discharge-6edaaa6db4d30d6

Constructive discharge is when an employer creates or allows a negative work environment that forces an employee to quit. Examples include an employer harassing the employee, changing the job location to an unreasonable degree or reducing pay without a valid reason.

www.reference.com/article/discharge-loan-b6075c72bffe8bcb

A personal loan may be discharged by filing for bankruptcy or under special conditions defined by a lender, according to Bankrate. Personal loans are usually classified as unsecured debts and are usually discharged when the borrower files for bankruptcy under Chapter 7 ...

www.reference.com/article/medical-discharge-review-9761ec3f12654ad5

A medical discharge review, known in the military as a physical disability review, refers to the process of determining a discharged member's physical disability status, according to the Military Health System. The intention of such a review is to ensure the accuracy of...

www.reference.com/article/discharge-after-pregnancy-254805a170ebc330

According to WebMD, women immediately experience a bloody red discharge following pregnancy called lochia. Lochia usually lasts for two to four weeks and gradually changes color during this time.

www.reference.com/article/general-discharge-military-4d68758ae19d7f5a

A general discharge from the military means that a service member’s completion of military service was less than honorable. Illness, injury or unacceptable behavior, such as drug abuse, may lead to a general discharge.

www.reference.com/article/discharge-after-conception-mean-2334e2a83c3700ac

A few days after conception, it is normal for a woman to notice a white milky discharge from her vagina due to the vaginal walls thickening, according to WebMD. As the cells that line the vagina continue to grow throughout pregnancy, it is likely that the discharge cont...

www.reference.com/article/hospital-discharge-papers-df9a269a20202f84

Hospital discharge papers are a summary of the patient’s hospital stay, from the time of admission to the time of release, reports the Free Dictionary. It includes a clinical description that is prepared by the doctor or another on-duty health care professional.