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Five Tips to Eating Healthier This Holiday Season

Five Tips to Eating Healthier This Holiday Season

By Tom Bonanti | Nov 19
We live in a fast-paced world where everything must be accomplished in a rush. As a result healthy eating habits can fall by the wayside. Here's how to retake control of your nutrition!

First Transgender Day of Remembrance Cenotaph Statue to be Unveiled in Palm Spring

First Transgender Day of Remembrance Cenotaph Statue to be Unveiled in Palm Spring

Nov 17
On November 20, the Transgender Community Coalition will host their annual Transgender Day of Remembrance, unveiling the Memorial Cenotaph Sculpture.

M·A·C and Refinery29 Launch Digital Series, Trans 102

M·A·C and Refinery29 Launch Digital Series, Trans 102

Nov 17
M·A·C and Refinery29 mark National Trans Awareness Week with their new digital series, Trans102.

For Cancer Patients With HIV, Immunotherapy Appears Safe

For Cancer Patients With HIV, Immunotherapy Appears Safe

Nov 16
A new category of immunotherapies called checkpoint inhibitors appears safe to use in patients with both advanced malignancies and HIV.

AHA: Half of US Adults Have High Blood Pressure

AHA: Half of US Adults Have High Blood Pressure

Nov 16
About half of U.S. adults are now considered to have high blood pressure under new guidelines announced Monday that set a lower threshold for the "silent killer," second only to smoking as a preventable cause of early death.

Doctors Without Borders Secures Generic Hepatitis C Treatment

Doctors Without Borders Secures Generic Hepatitis C Treatment

Nov 15
Doctors Without Borders has secured generic Hep C meds. Now it costs $120 for a 12-week treatment -- down from a whopping $1,800 in 2015.

AIDS Fund Kicks Off GayBINGO with Lady Gaga's 'Perfect Illusion'

AIDS Fund Kicks Off GayBINGO with Lady Gaga's 'Perfect Illusion'

Nov 15
On November 18 in Philadelphia, AIDS Fund Philly launches their 22nd season of GayBINGO with Perfect Illusion GayBINGO featuring a Lady Gaga theme.

U.S. Adults Strongly Support Birth Control Use and Access 

U.S. Adults Strongly Support Birth Control Use and Access 

Nov 15
On November 15, Thanks, Birth Control Day, a new poll shows that more than 85% of all adults agree birth control is an essential part of health care.

NCAVP Releases National Report on Intimate Partner Violence

NCAVP Releases National Report on Intimate Partner Violence

Nov 15
NCAVP released its report on intimate partner violence in the LGBTQ community.

Frustration Sets in After Coal Mine Health Study Suspended

Frustration Sets in After Coal Mine Health Study Suspended

By Michael Virtanen | Nov 15
The goal of the scuttled study - by National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine - was a consensus from experts in various fields on potential short- and long-term health effects.

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