Breast cancer is the uncontrolled growth of abnormal breast cells.
Once a month, Mazzoni Center brings you “On Being Well,” a column that aims to address a broad range of health and wellness issues that impact LGBT communities. Mazzoni Center recognizes that wellness means more than just an annual visit to the doctor: It’s about having access to health insurance,and a culturally competent provider who understands your unique health concerns, as well as counseling/mental health and recovery support. It’s about making smart, informed decisions about your body. And it’s also about your social environment, and feeling safe, confident and empowered in your identity and within your community. For more about Mazzoni Center, Philadelphia’s home for LGBT health and well-being, visit www.mazzonicenter.org.
Many individuals who struggle with substance abuse and dependence feel they can beat their addictions on their own.
This week wraps up STD Awareness Month, an annual observance to encourage discussion of sexual health and routine screening for STDs for those who may be at risk.
Imagine a treatment that would reverse skin aging, whiten teeth and improve one’s sense of taste, sense of smell and personal odor.
The holidays can be a stressful time for LGBTQ people and their families, but there are several strategies that you can use to help reduce stress and enjoy a happy holiday this year.