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Doing so would lead to more equal insurance benefits for LGBTQ+ people.
Too often, eating disorders are still depicted as a white woman’s disease.
Temp screenings are supposed to make restaurants, gyms and other businesses safer. For some chronically ill people, they just make life harder.
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Flu season is coming and COVID isn't leaving. Widespread flu vaccination can help us handle dueling viruses. Will we rise to the occasion?
Some healthcare centers offer new virtual services specifically for patients dealing with lingering effects from the coronavirus.
Personalized trials, which promise patients individually tailored treatment plans, aren't widely available yet. Will they ever be?
Sexual health is an aspect of health, and experts say it should be part of the conversation during routine visits.
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