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

Wendy Williams Pauses Talk Show because of Health Condition

By Kelli Kennedy |
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 mitiga...

Most Medicare Enrollees Could Get Insulin for $35 a Month

Most Medicare Enrollees Could Get Insulin for $35 a Month

By Richard Alonso-Zaldivar | May 26
Medicare recipients will be able to get prescription plans that limit copays for insulin, a potential savings of hundreds of dollars, the White House announced Tuesday in a pivot to pocketbook issues that could influence November's election.

Why Are Some LGBTQ People Facing Inequalities in Palliative Care?

Why Are Some LGBTQ People Facing Inequalities in Palliative Care?

May 26
End of life care is not a straightforward process. And for patients from the LGBTQ community, the process presents a whole host of barriers that they and their families may face.

Out Actor, 'Schitt's Creek' Creator: Wearing a Mask During Pandemic A 'Kindness'

Out Actor, 'Schitt's Creek' Creator: Wearing a Mask During Pandemic A 'Kindness'

By Kilian Melloy | May 26
Out actor Dan Levy - son of comic Eugene Levy and co-creator of the acclaimed comedy "Schitt's Creek" - offered some perspective on wearing a face mask as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to rage.

Congress Said COVID-19 Tests Should be Free, But Who's Paying?

Congress Said COVID-19 Tests Should be Free, But Who's Paying?

By Blake Farmer, Nashville Public Radio | May 26
Hospitals around the country are afraid to send out hundreds of thousands of bills related to COVID-19 testing. That's because Congress mandated there would be no copays and no out-of-pocket costs for patients. But who's paying?

WHO Warns that 1st Wave of Pandemic Not Over; Dampens Hopes

WHO Warns that 1st Wave of Pandemic Not Over; Dampens Hopes

By Elaine Kurtenbach and Menelaos Hadjicostis | May 26
As Brazil and India struggle with surging coronavirus cases, a top health expert is warning that the world is still smack in the middle of the pandemic, dampening hopes for a speedy global economic rebound and renewed international travel.

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Long-Acting Injectable HIV Prevention Drug Proven Effective in Trial

Long-Acting Injectable HIV Prevention Drug Proven Effective in Trial

May 21
Injected once every eight weeks, recent studies reveal that the drug cabotegravir safely and effectively prevents HIV acquisition in men who have sex with men and transgender women who have sex with men.


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Watch: How Recovery Unplugged Offers Hope and Healing to the LGBTQ Community

Watch: How Recovery Unplugged Offers Hope and Healing to the LGBTQ Community

A drug and alcohol rehab unlike any other, Recovery Unplugged uses music to affect change in clients right down to their souls — the place where true healing happens. Here is one woman's story.

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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.