Wellness

Wellness

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Health
Make 2017 the healthiest year ever for you and your family. Break that procrastination habit, and use your new health insurance to help make the positive changes you’ve been longing to make. ...
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All Access Concert
Entertainment Health
All Access will highlight the roadblocks that have been thrown in the way of individuals seeking to access their fundamental right to a safe and legal abortion. ...
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An update has been released to the 2013 publication that provided guidance to hospitals seeking to improve health care for transgender patients. ...
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Columns
I lost my job, became severely depressed, stopped almost all activity, and felt myself slipping further and further from where I am happiest, healthiest and most ‘Me’. ...
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Travel
Residents of West Virginia and Kentucky have the lowest and second-lowest well-being, respectively, for the seventh consecutive year. ...
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Health
Millennials have differing opinions on traditional healthful habits, usage of resources and staying healthy, and even on the value of some nutrients. ...
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Health
Today, 1.2 million people in the United States are living with HIV and the most recent national estimates point to areas where further improvements are needed. ...
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Health
Ashlyn Trider is a transgender woman. She began taking steps to live openly as female in 2012 after she was diagnosed with gender dysphoria. ...
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Health Top News
The American College of Physicians released the second edition of The Fenway Guide to LGBT Health during its annual scientific meeting. ...
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It’s 2015, but LGBT invisibility is still a problem in the health care setting. I know of what I speak. I’m a family nurse practitioner who is a lesbian.
Editorial Health Top News
It’s 2015, but LGBT invisibility is still a problem in the health care setting. I know of what I speak. I’m a family nurse practitioner who is a lesbian. ...
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