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Where to get Gender-Affirming Health Care at Low or No Cost

November 12—19 is Transgender Awareness Week, a time to help raise the visibility of transgender and gender non-conforming people and address the issues the community…

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Domestic Violence: Raising Awareness and Getting Help

Though domestic violence has become a high-profile issue in the U.S., it remains widespread. On average, nearly 20 Americans per minute are physically abused by…

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Suicide: Knowing the Signs Can Save a Life

Suicide affects millions of people each year—those who die by suicide, and the family members, friends, and co-workers who struggle with the loss. Losing someone…

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Bottoms Up! Partying in Moderation

New York is a party city. It hosts plenty of lively, high-energy events, and some of them include drinking and revelry. If you are nodding…

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National African American Hepatitis C Action Day: Addressing Health Disparities

Hepatitis C (HCV) is a blood-borne virus that can cause chronic liver disease, serious liver damage, and liver failure. Hepatitis C can be detected, treated,…

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Test for HIV Your Way, and Do It Today

National HIV Testing Day on June 27 is not just about the statistics, though they are important—one in seven people are living with HIV and…

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Be Yourself: Sharing Gender-Affirming Resources this LGBT Pride Month

Transgender people are a vibrant part of the New York City community. There are many layers of gender identity and expression, and there are many…

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Aging with HIV: A Complex Journey

People with HIV are living longer lives today. We really have come a long way since June 5, 1981, when the first reported cases of…

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Hepatitis C: Why It Deserves Your Attention

About 146,500 people in New York City are infected with the Hepatitis C virus (HCV). Forty percent of them don’t even know they have the…

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Three Things You May Not Know About Minority Health

Some of the most serious chronic conditions in the U.S.—such as heart disease, cancer, HIV, diabetes, and stroke—are more common or severe for minorities. Check…

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