Health & Wellness

Commentary: It’s In Our Blood

Congratulations! You can donate blood now. One catch, don’t have sex for one year, okay? No big deal.

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I’m no ‘anchor baby,’ I’m LGBT gym owner Nathalie Huerta

When Nathalie Huerta told her traditional Catholic, Mexican family that she was gay, it was the hardest thing she had…

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Legacy Community Health Statement on Planned Parenthood Funding Cuts

Legacy Community Health is proud to stand with Planned Parenthood.

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Reclaiming Our Worth: Houston’s Dr. Colt Keo-Meier Launches First-Ever Formal Transgender Therapy Group

Dr. Colt Keo-Meier, psychologist and out transgender man, will launch Reclaiming Our Worth, the first-ever formal transgender therapy group focusing…

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A ¡Salud! to the Future of our Heritage and our Health

During Hispanic Heritage Month that runs from September 15 to October 15, as a young queer Hispanic, I call upon…

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Revolutionary Lenses Protect Eyes From Harmful Blue Light

Essilor of America, the nation’s leading manufacturer of optical lenses, is now offering Crizal® Prevencia™ No-Glare lenses nationwide.

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‘Jiggery Pokery’: Not Everyone Thinks Like Justice Antonin Scalia on the Affordable Care Act

Few pieces of federal policy have garnered as much vitriol and fervent support as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care…

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Getting Yourself Prepared for PrEP

It is not uncommon for those who decide to pursue PrEP to face challenges with their insurance covering the cost…

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HIV discoverer: ‘To develop a cure is almost impossible’

She's the woman who co-discovered HIV in 1983, and won a Nobel Prize for her work. But next month, French…

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Getting Healthcare Coverage Now That You’ve Legally Said ‘I Do’

Once an LGBT couple gets married, they can immediately sign up for health coverage under the Affordable Care Act, allowing…

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