On Being Well

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.


All up and down the Eastern seaboard, at beaches from Provincetown to Poodle Beach, Rehoboth and beyond, a silent killer is stalking its prey.

One year ago, on the eve of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day 2008, then-presidential candidate Barack Obama said: “We have to overcome the stigma that surrounds HIV/AIDS in the African-American community .

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