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Study Connects Climate Hazards to 58% of Infectious Diseases

Study Connects Climate Hazards to 58% of Infectious Diseases

HEALTH | By Seth Borenstein | Aug 9, 2022

Climate hazards, such as flooding, heat waves and drought have worsened more than half of the hundreds of known infectious diseases in people.

New Study Disproves Anti-Trans Right's Theory of 'Social Contagion'

New Study Disproves Anti-Trans Right's Theory of 'Social Contagion'

HEALTH | By Kilian Melloy | Aug 8, 2022

A new study published in the prestigious medical journal Pediatrics disproves the claim from anti-LGBTQ+ pundits and politicians that youth identify as transgender out of peer pressure.

How Adult Film Industry Is Handling Monkeypox

How Adult Film Industry Is Handling Monkeypox

HEALTH | Aug 8, 2022

An advisory organization to the adult film industry has issued guidelines regarding monkeypox.

Adult Film Star Greg Riley Shares his Monkeypox Experience

Adult Film Star Greg Riley Shares his Monkeypox Experience

HEALTH | Aug 8, 2022

The horror stories around monkeypox share the same dispiriting scenario: A frightening diagnosis followed by a painful outbreak, anxiety, isolation, and difficulty in receiving treatment. Adult film actor Greg Riley shared his monkeypox experience.

Spain Leads Europe in Monkeypox, Struggles to Check Spread

Spain Leads Europe in Monkeypox, Struggles to Check Spread

HEALTH | By Joseph Wilson and Renata Brito | Aug 8, 2022

Spain has had 4,942 confirmed cases in the three months since the start of the outbreak, which has been linked to two raves in Europe, where experts say the virus was likely spread through sex.

A Top NYC Dermatologist Answers Your Burning Sunscreen Questions

A Top NYC Dermatologist Answers Your Burning Sunscreen Questions

HEALTH | By Christopher Ehlers | Aug 6, 2022

New York dermatologist Dr. Marnie Nussbaum sheds some light on the most common questions surrounding sunscreen.

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