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Boasting new, on-site pharmacy services developed through their partnership with Coordinated Care Network, Alder Health Services hosted 60 guests at an open house  on Nov. 7. The new service … more
Is it time to take charge of your life in a new and more dynamic way? Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired? Then today is the day to start preparing to change and have the life you … more
Harvard Medical School and its and McLean Hospital are believed to be the first to show an association between exposure to gender identity conversion efforts and adverse mental health outcomes among … more
A group known as Harrisburg Stands with Planned Parenthood gathered on the steps of the state Capitol Sept. 15 to “tell Congress they must pass the Title X Protection to safeguard access to … more
Leave it to science and rational thinking to ruin a popular sexual taboo. The “bareback” label for sex without a condom has faded in the age of pre-exposure prophylaxis … more
Have you ever wondered why there are times when nothing goes right? The principles of metaphysics teach us that nothing happens tous that doesn’t happen through us. While this concept … more
Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission staff members hosted a 2-hour walk-in session Aug. 3 at the LGBT Center of Central PA. With regard to LGBT-based complaints, since 2017 the state-level … more
June 29, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) stipulated that it will delay the implementation of its Denial of Care Rule. A court order put the delay of the rule into effect … more
“We can do better,” says Noah Levinson. He’s referring to the state and nation’s healthcare system. more
Have you taken a vacation yet this summer? With the warmer summer weather here in the northern hemisphere, many people travel to see family, friends, or select a destination to visit. Have you ever … more
Have you ever felt victimized? You may have been taken advantage of by someone you trusted, felt cheated out of an opportunity, or perhaps physically harmed in some way. Unfortunately, at least … more
The ribbon was cut May 31 on the York LGBTQIA+ Resource Center. The York Center is located at 15 N. Cherry Lane, off of Cherry Lane Park in downtown York City. The center is inside the I.D.E.A.S. … more
This isn’t about the opioid crisis. But the current epidemic use of opioids is a wonderful metaphor for another part of our lives. What do opioids do? More broadly, what do any painkillers … more
Fourteen parties filed suit May 28 challenging the “Denial of Care” Rule issued earlier this month by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The controversial rule … more
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
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