The photo on Brian Thomas’ Instagram page was a typically sunny one for the social media personality, who has built a rising presence as a sex-positive gay nurse living with HIV.
I should really be dead of AIDS by now, but I’m celebrating my 60th birthday instead.
The 6th Annual Transgender Medical Symposium occurred in May in Fort Lauderdale. This free event drew 140 people. The two-day symposium discussed many medical and mental health issues that the transgender community faces.
There is hope for an HIV cure. A 66-year-old man became the fourth known adult patient to be cured of the virus that causes AIDS.
The Transplant Games of America is a biennial event that brings together transplant recipients, living donors, donor families, individuals on the waiting list, caregivers, transplant professionals, supporters, and spectators.
When “Society and the Healthy Homosexual,” Dr. George Weinberg’s most famous book, was published in 1972, the consensus was that LGBT people were mentally ill.
It’s one thing to report on health issues that impact the LGBT community — it’s another thing entirely to help readers understand the context of these issues.
Amid the backdrop of inspirational music, flashing cameras and fashionable outfits, Latinos Salud used the opportunity to announce several new programs it had launched.
At a time when vaccinations are becoming more of an acknowledged standard procedure, one health organization is expanding its footprint to meet the demand.
All women face certain health risks including heart disease and cancer. However, LBT women, as well as women who have sex with women, have some specific health concerns and are at a higher risk for cancer than other women. And mMany LBT women don’t know it.
March receives a lot of attention as Women’s History Month, but it’s also Bisexual+ Health Awareness Month.
At Tuesday evening’s regular meeting, Wilton Manors commissioners were presented with a market analysis and branding strategy report that called for a focus on wellness.
(EDGE) When it comes to condoms, proper size matters. ONE® Condoms is excited to introduce 56 perfect-fit condom sizes to the United States. These include sizes larger and smaller than those currently available, marking a historic shift in the range of condoms that are cleared for sale by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). ONE has also acquired TheyFit Condoms, a popular European brand that will be relaunched as myONE Perfect Fit® condoms this fall.
Cases of monkeypox continued to rise this past week in the state, with 75% of the infections coming from South Florida.
Cases of monkeypox continued to rise this past week in the state, with 72% of the infections in South Florida.
One of South Florida’s most prestigious, high-profile luncheons is returning.
What’s this buzz term, “Glow-Up” all about? It’s a fancy-sounding term that sounds good — sounds fabulous actually.
Throughout the day, it is easy to become drained, but it’s not so easy to know why.
Fatigue, dizziness, some numbness. These are little symptoms that are easy to ignore, but they can be warnings of a bigger problem: Multiple Sclerosis.
There are few topics that aren't included in the new anthology book “Bodies and Barriers: Queer Activists on Health.” Edited by Adrian Shanker, a Pennsylvania-based queer activist, Shanker was inspired to put the book together because of his own experiences with seeking out health care as a queer man living in a largely straight world.
A push is on to get vaccinated, but not for COVID. A new health crisis is spreading through South Florida’s gay and bisexual community: Meningococcal disease.
New monkeypox infections are continuing to decrease week to week in Florida.
A new report shows there has been a sharp decline in hepatitis A cases throughout the United States. An analysis of federal data found that hospitalization rates have fallen from 7.2 to 2.9 patients per million patients admitted to hospitals from 2002 to 2011.
From MPox to gender-affirming care to stress and anxiety, the LGBT community’s health is under attack like never before.
Last week Norm Kent underwent brain surgery to remove a benign, but aggressive, tumor, that was growing.
Masks are very simple objects. It is usually a cloth with two stretchy bands at two ends.
Health and Healing: Been getting some nice letters and emails from many of you concerning the continuing “chronicles of Kent.”
I was supposed to be writing my editorial column this week from Denver, Colorado.
"Gay men and women love pot. We know that. We have been smoking for years, recreationally and medically.
More than a year of the pandemic has exposed the dangerous gaps in health coverage for many underserved people in the LGBT community.
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