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Just like all other men, gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men need to know how to protect their health throughout their life. For all men, heart disease and cancer are the leading … more
Since July 3, 1981, when the New York Times published its now iconic story "Rare Cancer Seen in 41 Homosexuals," so much has changed. And much remains the same. HIV stigma is alive and … more
Lesbian and bisexual women are part of a diverse community with various health concerns. While all women have specific health risks, lesbian and bisexual women are at a higher risk for certain … more
Beacon Clinic for Health and Hope celebrates its 4th anniversary this year. The organization’s mission “is to inspire hope, health and well-being by providing high quality, culturally … more
Would you consider yourself a joyful person? Even if you do describe yourself as upbeat, do you desire more joy in your life? If so – and I’m going out on a limb here to assume you do … more
Dr. Rachel Levine, Secretary of Health for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and professor of pediatrics and psychiatry at the Penn State College of Medicine, and noted LGBTQ advocate will receive an … more
Is your life out of balance between what you give and what you receive? You know the old saying, “It’s better to give than it is to receive.” But the … more
 The 2018 elections are now complete.   Nine percent of Americans still do not have health insurance and 30% more are under-insured, meaning that they cannot afford the health care … more
All women face certain health risks. However, sexual minority women, such as those who identify as lesbian or bisexual as well as women who have sex with women, have some specific health … more
A new way to create proteins that can sneak through HIV’s protective coating may be a step toward understanding the key components needed for developing a vaccine for the virus, according to … more
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