While most of the US is worried about the upcoming 2020 presidential election, LGBTQ adults are also worried about discrimination.
Despite the efforts of the Trump administration, LGBTQ healthcare measures are still steadily being implemented in healthcare institutions.
Health advocates warned that the Trump administration was planning to reverse a regulation that implemented the ACA nondiscrimination provision.
A health study has determined that LGBTQ women face a big problem not only in dealing with cancer but also getting post-cancer care treatment.
A survey by the Trevor Project on LGBTQ youth mental health reported more than 1.8 million LGBTQ teenagers have considered suicide.
In today's world full of mental stresses, there's one mental healthcare treatment that can help the LGBTQ community: the affirmative therapy.
LGBTQ advocacy, civil rights, and medical groups are pushing back against the Trump administration on implementing transgender healthcare rollbacks.
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is not going to collect LGBTQ youth data and LGBT equality groups are up in arms about it.
A study has determined that older transgender adults attain a better quality of life after receiving gender-affirming medical treatment.
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.