Health & Wellness

Ask Dr. Laura: Introducing Our New Queer-Inclusive Sex Column

Sexologist Dr. Laura McGuire answers your sexual-health questions in an upcoming Q&A column!

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Protect Yourself from the Zika Virus

July is Houston’s peak mosquito season. And this year, the arrival of mosquito season means we must be prepared to…

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Houston’s Christopher Luke Moore Gears Up for AIDS/LifeCyle Ride

From June 5–11, Houstonian Christopher Luke Moore, 26, will ride 545 miles on his bicycle from San Francisco to Los…

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The State of Women’s Healthcare: Love the Women in your Life by Supporting their Health Needs

From Ann Richards to Selena Quintanilla, and Barbara Jordan to Annise Parker, the Lone Star State is home to some…

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AIDS Healthcare Foundation Opens Houston Wellness Center

In early April, AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) opened its newest Wellness Center in Houston at 1200 Binz Street, Suite 1290.

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On the Sixth Anniversary, It’s Clear That the Affordable Care Act Is Working

Since the ACA became law, 20 million Americans have gained health insurance, and America’s uninsured rate is at the lowest…

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Staying in the Closet: 5 Ways You Damage Your Mental & Physical Health

Here are the main ailments that are likely to develop if you are forced to keep your sexual identity a…

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Gay, Black, and HIV-positive

I am the 50 percent of black gay men who will become HIV-positive.

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We Aren’t Sluts: My Experience Getting on PrEP

If you are HIV-negative, then I want you to be on PrEP, too.

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The Beginning of the End: New Funding to Help Reduce Houston’s High Rate of HIV Cases

Over the next year, Legacy will facilitate a number of activities that will result in a five-year plan to reduce…

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