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Book Explores How 'Gayby Boomers' Experience Aging  

By EDGE | Sep 30
A new book shows how 'gayby boomers' -- members of the LGBT community who were the first to grow up during the gay rights movement and identify as LGBT, and who were the most heavily impacted by the AIDS epidemic -- face unique challenges as they age.

Travel Advisory Issued for 11 Southeast Asia Countries

By Mike Stobbe | Sep 29
U.S. health officials are advising pregnant women to postpone travel to 11 countries in Southeast Asia because of Zika outbreaks in the region.

Check Pain Management Off Your List of Foot Surgery Worries    

By EDGE | Sep 29
When it comes to foot and ankle surgery, there is the inevitable question: How bad will it hurt afterwards?

Tips for Doing a Self-Examination to Help Keep Skin Cancer in Check

By EDGE | Sep 29
Being diligent about skin cancer all year long is the best way to beat the odds and keep risks of getting it lower.

5 South Beach Sites with Zika-Infected Mosquitoes Identified

By Jennifer Kay | Sep 29
The first Zika-infected mosquitoes to be trapped on the U.S. mainland were caught in residential South Beach neighborhoods, Miami-Dade County officials announced Wednesday.

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Boston City Council Hears Testimony About Needs Of LGBTQ Youth Of Color

By EDGE | Sep 28
The Boston City Council held a hearing on Sept. 27 on the needs of the city's LGBTQ youth of color.

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Vinyasa With a View Raises Funds for Cancer

Sep 27
Join the American Cancer Society on September 29 in Boston for "Vinyasa with a View," a unique evening rooftop yoga class to help fulfill the Society's vision of a world free from the pain and suffering of cancer.

Feds Charge Seller of Mislabeled Chinese 'Viagra Substitute'

Sep 27
Federal prosecutors say an Alabama man who imported a Chinese drug sold as a Viagra substitute has been charged with intentionally defrauding and misleading consumers.

Insulin Counting: A New Dietary System for Women's Health

Sep 27
Are you living with distressing symptoms of irregular menstrual cycles, weight gain, infertility, acne, hair loss or increased facial hair growth? If you are, high insulin levels might be to blame.

The Trevor Project Empowers All to Connect, Communicate, and Care for Suicide Prevention Month

By EDGE | Sep 27
During National Suicide Prevention Month this September, The Trevor Project is using various forms of digital media to engage with hundreds of thousands of people about the many ways they can make a difference in the lives of LGBTQ youth.

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