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On-Demand Doctor Apps Bring Uber Approach to Medicine

By Matthew Perrone | Jul 24
Pager and similar companies like Heal and Medicast aim to streamline medical care -- cutting out waiting rooms, receptionists and trips to the doctor's office.

amfAR Launches National PEPFAR Database at IAS 2015

HIV/AIDS | By EDGE | Jul 27
amfAR announced the beta launch of its PEPFAR Country/Regional Operational Plan database, a comprehensive, navigable database of PEPFAR's planned funding of HIV/AIDS activities from 2007 to 2014.

Gender Identity and Trauma Response

HEALTH | By Chris Donaghue, Ph.D., LCSW, CST | Jul 26
Words like "man," "lesbian" and "gay" no longer explain the complexity of gender or sex, and neologisms abound to communicate how people now want to be referenced or seen.

Keeping Fit in the Kitchen

FITNESS | By Stephen Mosher | Jul 25
Stephen Mosher gives you some tips on staying fit in the summer, while still enjoying delicious meals.

How to Manage Adult Acne in Men

HEALTH | By Mike Halterman | Jul 25
Sadly, adult acne is on the rise, and the reasons why it manifests itself varies from person to person.

Kickstarter for 'Dying Words' Seeks to Remember Journalist Jeff Schmalz

HIV/AIDS | By Winnie McCroy | Jul 24
In an effort to keep the memory of brilliant journalist Jeff Schmalz alive, Samuel G. Freedman and Kerry Donahue have created a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for "Dying Words."

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NIH Finds PreP Works with South African Women, Thai and NYC MSM

HIV/AIDS | By Winnie McCroy | Jul 22
A clinical study by the NIH shows that adherence to PrEP was high among young, single black women in South Africa, as well as MSM and TGW in New York and Thailand.


Health

On-Demand Doctor Apps Bring Uber Approach to Medicine

Pager and similar companies like Heal and Medicast aim to streamline medical care -- cutting out waiting rooms, receptionists and trips to the doctor's office.

Fitness

How Much Water do You Really Need to Stay Healthy?

We often hear it takes 8 glasses of water a day to stay healthy and hydrated, but new research has come up with a different recommendation.