Health & Wellness

Project LEAP: The Nation’s Premier HIV Advocacy Training Program is Now Recruiting Participants

Since its inception, this 17-week program has trained numerous advocates, many of whom live with HIV and participate in Houston’s…

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Age and Ambition: Great Health Looks Good on Everyone—Regardless of Age

Everyone wants to look good and feel their best, regardless of age.

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Planned Parenthood Provides a Non-judgmental Place for Healthcare

Planned Parenthood’s motto is “Care, no matter what.” I did not know this, or what it encompassed, until I recently…

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2017 Brings Continued Progress on LGBTQ Health

The sad reality is that LGBTQ people still face discrimination in many areas of life, including healthcare.

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The Value of Treatment as Prevention in The Fight to End HIV

In the arsenal of tools available to us to help prevent the spread of HIV, it is important we understand…

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Options for HIV-related Changes in the Face and Body

HIV infection and its treatment have been associated with fat redistribution in the face and body.

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The Truth About ‘Patient Zero’ and HIV’s Origins

The man blamed for bringing HIV to the United States just had his name cleared.

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Texas’ Mental Health Crisis: Getting the Care We Need

Mental illness is quite common: one in five adults in America experience a mental illness, and nearly one in 25,…

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Parties, Platforms, and Planks: Where Democrats and Republicans Stand on Healthcare

Politics has grown exponentially more divisive, and much of this centers on personalities while completely ignoring important policy questions.

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A Tale of Two Closets: Twainbow Aids The LGBT+ and Autistic Communities

Millions of people worldwide identify as being both LGBT and autistic—two communities that have faced more than their fair share…

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