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Spring forward! Here comes the revolution. By Casey Williams   If you think


Most people are familiar with blatant forms of biphobia, homophobia


If we look at HIV rates all over the Western world, we see that while new infections are happening less and less frequently in

There are two things that mark the end of fall in my clinic: Flu shots arrive, and men start coming to see me for

For many, perhaps most, of those in the LGBT community born after, say, 1985, there was never any question about being “out.” Indeed, the

Although the health risks of obesity have been recognized for years, the true extent of these risks has only been realized in the last

For some reason, human beings spend a third of their lives asleep. For the lucky few for whom sleep comes easily, bedtime is a

Who says the fun of riding a bike can’t also be an opportunity to raise money for an important cause? Certainly not the thousands

It’s fascinating how the things we often worry about can be so out of proportion to the actual danger they represent. Take Ebola. The hysteria here in North America about an outbreak that was concentrated in West Africa was a tad excessive. So I decided I’d share two of the things that I feel my patients worry too much about—and then present two things that actually deserve their concern.

There are so many heart-wrenching problems that are depicted in the media. In reality, you aren’t expected to help every cause you come across. But some of the most effective donors develop a philanthropic plan, and devote their money and energy to a few specific causes important to them.


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