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Red light therapy

Red Light Therapy: 10 Benefits in Maintaining Your Beauty

With the help of red light therapy, you will be able to easily reduce the production of melanin-forming cells. At the same point in time, the autoimmunity, which contributes to the excessive production of melanin, is also reduced. ...
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Eastside Women's Health Center

How to Effectively Improve Your Interactive Skills

Engaging in a small talk is something that many people will overlook. But it is actually an art that will help you improve your interactive skills. ...
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Conversion therapy

It Starts at Home: First Conversion Therapy Study Shows Pivotal Role of Parents

A new study has found that damage of conversion therapy for LGBT young people begins at home. ...
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White House

Over 35 Health Associations, Providers Urge Trump Admin to Stop Federal Anti-Trans Discrimination

Over 35 national health care associations and providers have sent a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions, U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar, and U.S. Department of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos urging them to drop reported plans to narrowly define sex as an immutable condition determined by genitalia at birth.  ...
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When Having Your Own Biological Child is Off the Table & There’s No Plan B

Being told that I am infertile is a feeling of being robbed. Regardless of how many children we have already adopted, it hurts when I can’t do both - to just experience what life is supposed to be about. ...
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Report Identifies Best Practices in the Management of LGBTQI Youth in Juvenile Justice Settings

Over 10 percent of lesbian, gay, and bisexual youth in juvenile justice settings report sexual victimization by another youth, compared with just 1.5 percent of heterosexual youth reporting the same action. ...
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Sleeping better at night with insurance that covers the whole family

With family insurance, you can make sure that each and every member of your family will be able to get medical care when they need it. And, you won’t have to worry about the costs of ruining your life. ...
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Seattle AIDS Walk & Picnic reminds us why it’s still important to fight for HIV & AIDS services

HIV still remains an urgent public health and social justice crisis. ...
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Seattle: $6.4 million announced in supportive services for victims of gender-based violence

Nationally, more than one-in-three women have experienced rape, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner in their lifetime. ...
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Lifelong

September is Sexual Health Month at Lifelong

Lifelong presents Sexual Health Month and new advances to HIV prevention this September. ...
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