President Donald Trump's state of the union 2019 pledged to end new HIV transmissions by 2030. But we're still leery given the president's track record.
Gathering data is hard enough when you're trying to do LGBT teen health studies and your subjects are afraid to open up without having trolls around.
A study noted that even with healthcare insurance coverage, lesbians, gays, and bisexuals in California are delaying health care concerns.
As if we don't have enough to worry about the many things affecting our health, a study shows that states' religious freedom laws may also have an effect.
A study that pools data from 35 earlier studies shows how suicidal LGBT teens are three times more likely to attempt to kill themselves.
A recent report based on a survey noted how less likely we would be employed or have LGBT health insurance as compared to heterosexuals. Who's still surprised?
Human Rights Watch warned that the administration of President Donald Trump is placing "significant barriers" accessing LGBTQ healthcare.
A group of researchers has recently come up with an HIV functional cure that was tested on mice. Which makes us wonder: will there ever be an actual cure?
Religious refusal laws are currently threatening our rights. But based on a study, they're also making us more anxious than usual.
A study has noted that one way that the younger members of our community can survive LGBT school bullying by their peers is through romantic relationships.