Health and Science - Information
A multimedia AIDS and HIV information resource. The information you need or want
will be here.
The Lesbian Health Program at CHP provides step by step instruction on how to
examine yourself. (Remember - men can get breast cancer as well.)
Free Pharmacy Card
It will actually cost you a dollar, but may be worth it. You have a
month to decide whether the additional "goodies" are worth anything at
all, the card is yours to keep.
& Bisexual Male Youth Suicide Studies
A look at the problem, with statistics to back you up when others claim it does
A site dedicated to current research into whether a "gay gene" exists.
(Not that it should make a difference as to our rights or lack thereof.)
Gene: New Findings
Most recent findings out of Canada are that there is no such thing.
Gene: What Might It Mean?
A look at the societal implications.
Best Benefits is the largest
provider and manager of non-insured, reduced-fee health care benefits programs
in the nation and enables its members to get significant savings on frequently
used products such as dental, pharmacy, vision, chiropractic, and hearing.
Vitamins and others supplements to aid weight loss, increase energy, reduce
symptoms of menopause and aging, help you stop smoking, increase virility,
sexual response, and many of your other concerns!
Hepatitis continues to be a threat to gay men here is some basic hepatitis
information and links to other resources.
A look at the existence of homosexuality in nature --- with facts to toss back
in the face of those who claim that "it's not natural!"
Non-profit AIDS organization that provides a "web channel" of
Insurance - Easy Term
customers purchase term life insurance for their loved ones, in the amount they
need, up to $100,000 without having to take any medical exams and provides for a
FREE quote (and if you want, application) online.
Insurance - Plan Simply
Shop, compare, and save on term life insurance.
Gay and Bisexual Health Science Librarians
A special interest group that is part of the Medical Library Association,
including policy statements and an online library.
Report on how homophobia and our own fears increase health risk.
Life With AIDS
A seldom heard from perspective, "...Living with AIDS as a female is
very different from living with it as a male, especially back in 1991 when I was
diagnosed. I was alone."
From Gay Researchers
We hear from LeVay and Hamer on the gay gene.
Transgender can hardly be covered within a single subject area, but at the least
I can, and do, point you to more in depth coverage and information.
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