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Four Ways To Beat Holiday Stress
Undocumented Immigrants at Risk for Anxiety and Depression
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Undocumented Immigrants at Risk for Anxiety and Depression

Four Ways To Beat Holiday Stress

Nearly a quarter of Mexican immigrants who live near the California-Mexico border without legal authorization have a mental disorder, particularly depression or anxiety, according ...

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Fenway Health Pilot Program Aims to Reduce ER & Hospital Use

Fenway Health Pilot Program Aims to Reduce ER & Hospital Use

| Dec 8
Fenway Health is launching a new pilot program to decrease avoidable Emergency Room visits and hospitalizations for treatment of behavioral health and substance use disorder by patients who are transgender.

Arkansas Begins Blood Tests After HIV-Positive Boxer Fights

Arkansas Begins Blood Tests After HIV-Positive Boxer Fights

| Dec 8
The Arkansas Athletic Commission will test fighters for communicable diseases after learning a boxer with the virus that causes AIDS fought in the state last month.

Gilead Commits $100M to Study HIV in the South

Gilead Commits $100M to Study HIV in the South

| Dec 5
Gilead launched the COMPASS (COMmitment to Partnership in Addressing HIV/AIDS in Southern States) Initiative, a 10-year, $100M commitment address HIV in the South.

NMAC's 2nd Annual Biomedical HIV Prevention Summit Hits New Orleans

NMAC's 2nd Annual Biomedical HIV Prevention Summit Hits New Orleans

| Dec 4
The annual Biomedical HIV Prevention Summit, organized by NMAC, opens today in New Orleans and runs through December 5.

Fenway Gets $2M for Culturally Competent LGBT Healthcare

Fenway Gets $2M for Culturally Competent LGBT Healthcare

| Dec 4
The Fenway Institute has been approved for a $2,075,915 funding award to determine the best way to train community health center staff in the collection of sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) data.

Surviving AIDS and Stigma by Following The Denver Principles

Surviving AIDS and Stigma by Following The Denver Principles

| By Michael Petrelis | Dec 1
Long-term HIV survivor and co-founder of ACT UP Michael Petrelis examines the effect stigma has on his life, and how following The Denver Principles could help.

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Support the Affordable Care Act

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) provides $750 million in urgently needed funding for smoking cessation, nutrition, strengthening local health departments, and providing immunizations. Contact your Representative and Senators in support of the ACA and urge them to oppose any future attempts to repeal this important public health achievement.
» Support the Affordable Care Act


National HIV/AIDS Strategy

President Barack Obama endorsed the National AIDS Strategy, currently under development. This plan of action is focused on improving prevention and treatment outcomes as well as reducing disparities among MSM and people of color. Help them reach their goals by their target date of 2015.
» Read the strategy
» Support the Coalition for a National AIDS Strategy


Comprehensive Sex Education

Sex ed is a critical prevention method proven to help youth make safer sex decisions.
» Call upon Congress to lift the ban on abstinence-only programs


MSM Blood Ban

U.S. blood donation policies prohibit any man who has had sex with another man (MSM) from donating blood permanently.
» Help change this policy