…a national campaign highlighting the complex issues related to HIV prevention, care and treatment for aging populations in the United States…
Culture, race, religion, morals and values play a large part in how people perceive the complex issues involved in honoring a person in transition’s wishes, including how that person might choose to dress, or the pronouns used when speaking to them, to deciding on sexual reassignment surgery making their body match their understanding of the genuine person inside… Continue Reading Transgender Part 2:Transgender or Transsexual?
School’s in session. There are NEW People to meet. Parties full of Play. Too Much of Everything, so be EXTRA careful out there, Continue Reading 8 Ways College Women Can Protect Their Health
Prostate cancer is a disease which only affects men. Cancer begins to grow in the prostate – a gland in the male reproductive system but is slow-to-grow.
If detected early approximately 90% of all prostate cancer patients will have a very high treatment success rate. Continue Reading Prostate Cancer Awareness Month – September 2017
Every 6 minutes an American Woman is diagnosed with reproductive-gynecologic cancer. The rarest type of gynecologic cancer is cancer of the fallopian tubes. Approximately 29,000 American women will die each year of gynecological cancer. Continue Reading Gynecological Cancer Month – September 2017
The intent of the day is to promote healthy sex, intimacy and love whether a person is GLBT, Inquiring, Straight, Queer, male, female or somewhere in between, sexually active or not, are a person of any Color, race, religion, morals, values, education, position, status, office, or anything else. Continue Reading World Sexual Health Day September 4, 2017
The National Library of Medicine encourages you to mark the date October 23, 2017 for the opening of the exhibit, Surviving & Thriving: AIDS, Politics, and Culture at Southeast Community College, (Lincoln, NE). Stay tuned here for more information. Lily says… We remember those days. Parts of the USA were paralyzed with fear as a… Continue Reading Surviving and Thriving: AIDS, Politics and Culture
Recent statistics show that at least 5% of people suffer from nail fungus infection chronically and it’s more common with age. If that’s not enough, up to a hundred different fungi species flourish on our feet alone…Um gross! Get your fill of fungus here…
Continue Reading Fungal Disease Awareness Week August 14 – 18 2017
Latino HIV study-First of a kind, UN HIV Global Scorecards, & “The Ring” Female HIV Prevention all in July 2017 Continue Reading Latino HIV study-First of a kind, UN HIV Global Scorecards, & “The Ring” Female HIV Prevention all in July 2017