Monkeypox is not a gay disease. But LGBTQ leaders say they need more help for gay men and everyone else
Health care and LGBTQ leaders are warning monkeypox will continue to spread among gay men and other Americans if more isn’t done to address vaccine shortages and help health professionals combat the virus.
Adultos LGBTQIA+ são mais vulneráveis a doenças cardíacas; entenda
O estresse, que afeta diretamente hormônios que regulam a pressão arterial e a frequência cardíaca, aumenta o risco Enquanto muitos o Orgulho Gay em junho, outros na comunidade médica destacaram as disparidades devastadoras nos resultados de saúde para adultos LGBTQIA+ – um número desproporcional de casos de varíola em homens que fazem sexo
Growing anti-LGBTQ rhetoric causing rise in suicides, advocates say
By Joshua Eferighe (NewsNation) — A combination of factors, from isolation during the pandemic to growing anti-LGBTQ rhetoric and extremism in politics, is leading to poorer mental health outcomes for young people in the LGBTQ community, new data from the Trevor Project shows. “I think the pandemic is certainly a factor,”
Why experts say monkeypox shouldn’t damper Pride Month celebrations
BY JOSEPH CHOI Increasing monkeypox cases are casting a bit of a shadow on celebrations across the country recognizing Pride Month, though experts have generally said people should exercise care but not change their plans over the virus. As of Friday, around 45 monkeypox cases have been identified in the U.S.,
New Janssen Campaign Developed by and for the LGBTQ+ Community Inspires Action and Empathy for People Living with Depression
The Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson today announced the launch of Depression Looks Like Me, a campaign aimed at normalizing the conversation about depression in the LGBTQ+ community and empowering people to seek the mental health care they may need.
A new federal framework to improve patient access and health equity
BY BRIAN HUJDICH, OPINION CONTRIBUTORTHE VIEWS EXPRESSED BY CONTRIBUTORS ARE THEIR OWN AND NOT THE VIEW OF THE HILL With its landscape focus on reducing the excess burden of disease in vulnerable populations, the Biden administration has clearly renewed its commitment to ending the HIV epidemic by 2030. The path forward must make
Gov. Sisolak proclaims March 21-25 LGBTQ Health Awareness Week
CARSON CITY, Nev. (KTNV) — Announced from a press release from the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services, or DHHS, March 21-25, 2022 is LGBTQ Health Awareness Week as proclaimed by Gov. Steve Sisolak. Organized by the National Coalition of LGBTQ Health, this year marks the 20th Annual Health Awareness week.
Live Loud, Proud, and Unapologetic for LGBTQ Health Equity
Governor Sisolak proclaims March 21-25 as National LGBTQ Health Awareness Week Carson City — March 21, 2022 The Nevada Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is proud to recognize LGBTQ Health Awareness Week, March 21-25, 2022, as proclaimed by Governor Steve Sisolak. This year marks the 20th Annual LGBTQ Health Awareness