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Health & Wellness

Wellness advice and support

Friday, May 26, 2017

Is your identity and personal information safe from individuals who might use it to cause serious, lasting damage to your finances, credit, and good name? The answers will be available at the LGBT Resource Center of Chase Brexton Health Care’s next “Lunch and Learn,” offered in partnership with the Baltimore branch of AARP (American Association of Retired Persons). The event is set for Thursday, June 8th from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the community rooms at Chase Brexton’s Mount Vernon Center (1111 North Charles Street, Baltimore).

Ask Dr. J

Ask Dr. J

by Janan Broadbent, Ph.D

Friday, May 26, 2017

We’re in the middle of growing anxiety and despair not only in our culture, but also in the world. Climate change issues loom over the horizon. Globalization creates economic insecurity in people. Polarization pulls people and groups apart. Social media keep us in touch instantaneously with all parts of the universe. Cultural and ethical norms change. There are numerous political developments that affect everyone, and more so with minority groups like the LGBTQ.

Fit for Life

Fit for Life

by Joshua Buchbinder

Friday, May 12, 2017

A quick workout and great meal

If you’re anything like us you value your free time and want to make the most out of what little you have. We put together a circuit workout and a quick meal to keep you on track as the summer heats up!

First, we work then we eat!

Moving Forward

Moving Forward

by Ava Barron-Shasho, MSW

Friday, January 09, 2015

For the most part, I live a pretty healthy lifestyle. I exercise 30 minutes four to five days a week and I eat more vegetables at breakfast than most people do all day. I don’t mind eating the same things every day. My breakfasts and lunches are standard and I add some variety at dinner. While I try to limit my sweets I am not very successful. I can plow through a box of Oreos and Reese’s are my kryptonite.

Open Wide

Open Wide

Ask Dr. Eva

by Eva Hersh, MD

Friday, May 26, 2017

Dear Dr. Eva,

I am a woman in my 30s. I have been in what I thought was a monogamous relationship for the past five years. I recently developed a group of pinheads sized, painful/itchy blisters on my left labia. My partner swears that she has not had sex with anyone else, but this sure looks to me like evidence to the contrary. She says that her doctor told her that a person can be silently carrying herpes for years and then have it show up by infecting another person. Could that possibly be true?

Hurt

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