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From the Sero Project - Over the next five weeks, our communities face an epic battle, perhaps the most important of our lives, one that for many of us is a matter of life or death. That battle is to … more
Today is International Trans Day of Visibility, a day to celebrate trans people and raise awareness about the discrimination the trans community faces around the world. In this time of the unknown … more
Sharing Our Caring is a monthly program of MCC of the Spirit that provides a free dinner to people with HIV/AIDS and their family members. Dinner is at 6:30 pm on the second Monday of the … more
Nicholas Duncan, Central PA Pride Festival Vice President of Entertainment and Comics Columnist for The Central Voice, was recently recognized by UPMC Pinnacle, where he works, with their Above and … more
Allentown, PA — Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center joined with 113 other LGBT organizations today as signatory of a national open letter about coronavirus and the LGBT community.The … more
Every LGBTQ person has a story about a time the health care system fell short of meeting their needs. I know I do. The truth is the health care system simply was not designed to serve our needs as … more
"Oh … My … God – He’s perfect for me!” “Just wait till you meet her!” “I’ve always admired this amazing couple, and now they want to add ME to … more
Thirty-five years after springing up as an all-volunteer AIDS assistance agency, Alder Health Services now boasts a full slate of services that offers wellness programs, a clothing room, and a food … more
Republican lawmakers in Tennessee are raising objections to a proposal that would add feminine hygiene products to the list of items that can be purchased during the state's annual sales-tax … more
 As a requirement of the Older Americans Act, each state is required to develop a State Plan on Aging every four years. The State Plan essentially works as a strategic plan for the … more
Rosemary Browne, CEO, Alder Health Services, is one of three honorees selected by US Senator Robert Casey for recognition Feb. 24 in Washington, DC for the Senator’s Annual Black History Month … more
Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center has developed partnerships with four public libraries to promote cervical cancer screenings for LGBT community members. This effort is part of a health … more
Obesity continues to be a serious health problem in the U.S., contributing to heart disease, diabetes, joint disorders and even certain types of cancer. And according to the latest … more
If there is one word that Bill Krenz wants to encourage and model for others, it’s respect. “Penn State Health is a solid force here in central Pennsylvania for inclusion and … more
Do you think this issue’s column is just for the guys? Wrong! Read on ladies (and gentlemen ,too)! What does it mean to be a man in the 21stcentury? Guys all over … more
Hamilton Health Center celebrates its 50th Anniversary with a Gala March 5 at the Hershey Lodge and Convention Center. The event will host business leaders, providers, and all of those who have … more
Dec. 1 World AIDS Day events in the Harrisburg region underscored the message - HIV is still here. Get tested.  Throughout last week public programs, a story-circle memorial for longtime AIDS … more
When young Dr. Andrew Faulk first learned he was HIV-positive, he was devastated for it certainly meant imminent death. Until then, he’d been an outstanding young physician with years … more
Victims/survivors of childhood and adult sexual violence are anxiously waiting, while Harrisburg is set to finally vote on statute of limitations reform for Pennsylvanians. Multiple bills have been … more
Research published in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases shows a new and potentially disturbing finding: antibiotic resistant bacteria are showing up in stories of gay and bisexual … more
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