We're living in uncertain times, but you can remain calm through the storms.
Researchers believe discrimination may play a part in the disproportionate numbers.
The man says he tested positive in 1995 but didn't find out until he saw a non-V.A. doctor 23 years later.
The nation's first such law will clarify how diseases like COVID-19 affect LGBTQ+ and HIV-positive people.
Health care disparities affecting the Black community, including among Black LGBTQ+ people, must be addressed.
This frontline worker shows us the way to survive this latest calamity.
The pandemic has made it abundantly clear that health care is a human right.