Health

After 12 Years, A Second Patient is Cured of HIV

A patient appears to have been cured of HIV for only the second time since the epidemic began, reported the New York Times.The “cure” resulted from a bone-marrow transplants given to treat cancer in the ano...

Vetting your Doc

Moving to a new city can be a stressful venture. As you settle into your home, the tiny tasks at hand can start to pile up including finding healthcare providers to keep you on the road to a healthier life. Whi...

Apps to Help You Become One

We’ve said it once and will repeat it again: there’s an app for literally everything! Productivity apps are the new craze and allow you to take on tasks from the palms of your hands. From meditation to mind str...

A Vision of Wellness

After spending 16 years in rural New York, acupuncturist David Jones and his wife, Lisa, who studied art history at Yale and later found her way to culinary nutrition education at Cornell University, were cravi...

CBD: The Facts and The Benefits

Because of its close proximity to marijuana, CBD is one of the most misunderstood health supplements on the market these days. Despite this, it’s still the latest health fad and seemingly miraculous drug curing...

Yoga for the Ages

“I am James Dustin, and I’m 52-years-old,” he proudly stated during our interview. How he carries himself is that of a 26-year-old. It was even more evident during a meet-and-greet with Dustin on a cold Atlanta...

LGBTQ People MUST Focus on Their Mental Health

While people from all walks of life are subject to mental illness, LGBTQ lives are much more commonly impacted by it than those of their cisgender, straight peers. Everyone needs and deserves to take care of th...

Ask the Doctor: PrEP 101

Q: My husband is HIV positive and has been undetectable for years. I get tested every six months. Should I still go on PrEP?A: You’ve probably heard about the “Undetectable = Untransmittable,” or “U=U” camp...