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Why Are Some LGBTQ People Facing Inequalities in Palliative Care?
In Britain's Second Phase, Meeting Up with Strangers Still Not Allowed
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In Britain's Second Phase, Meeting Up with Strangers Still Not Allowed

Why Are Some LGBTQ People Facing Inequalities in Palliative Care?

In the second phase of the lockdown in Britain, meeting up between strangers is still prohibited and subject to fine.

4 Tips for Beginning Runners

4 Tips for Beginning Runners

Jun 3
Have you decided a 5K or marathon is in your future? Or are you just trying to burn through some of the stress of a pandemic world? In either case, if you're new to running it's important to begin your new exercise routine with care.

Having Sex? Take a Shower, Wear a Mask & Don't Kiss

Having Sex? Take a Shower, Wear a Mask & Don't Kiss

Jun 3
With a new normal coming to be, how does the culture handle sexual contact?

Pandemic Presents New Hurdles, And Hope, For People Struggling With Addiction

Pandemic Presents New Hurdles, And Hope, For People Struggling With Addiction

By Nina Feldman, WHYY | Jun 3
The coronavirus pandemic has largely eclipsed the conversation around the opioid crisis. But the crisis still rages on despite business closures, the cancellation of in-person treatment appointments and the strain on many addiction resources.

Workout Wednesday: Obliques with Rowan Row

Workout Wednesday: Obliques with Rowan Row

Jun 3
No equipment needed for Rowan Row's ultimate oblique workout. Just remember, just watching won't get you a six-pack!

Open Wide: Dentists Charge Extra for 'Infection Control'

Open Wide: Dentists Charge Extra for 'Infection Control'

Jun 3
Swish Dental is just one of a growing number of dental practices nationwide that in the past month have begun charging patients an infection control fee between $10 and $20.

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Heading Back to the Gym? Doctors Explain How to Stay Safe

Heading Back to the Gym? Doctors Explain How to Stay Safe

There are many legitimate concerns about how gyms and fitness studios can safely reopen without furthering the spread. But infectious disease experts say risk can be greatly mitigated.