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St. Louis Effort for AIDS (EFA) marks its 25th year participating in Dining Out for Life (DOFL) on Thursday, April 26th, 2018 with over 100 area restaurants taking part this year.

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A new study released by the American Academy of Pediatrics shows alarming levels of attempted suicide among transgender youth. The study documents the highest rates of attempted suicide among transgender boys and non-binary youth.

  

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Fall is here and so is flu season. Some 80,000 Americans died of flu last year, the deadliest season in at least four decades.

 

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AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), the parent organization of  Positive Healthcare, a nonprofit agency providing medical care to thousands of Medicaid patients living with HIV in Florida for nearly two decades, on Thursday filed a second public records request lawsuit seeking a Writ of Mandamus against Florida Governor Rick Scott over his failure to provide requested records of communications between the Executive Office of the Governor (EOG) and all other bidders—and their lobbyists—for Florida’s Medicaid AIDS care contracts in the state Agency for Health Care Administration’s eleven service regions. In an article on the new legal action, the Tampa Bay Times notes, “The list of lobbyists includes Dean Cannon, Al Cardenas, Mike Corcoran, Hayden Dempsey, Nick Iarossi, Fred Karlinsky, Larry Overton, Bill Rubin and Gerald Wester, among many others.”

 

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Agreement is part of settlement in lawsuit brought by Lambda Legal and Michigan Protection & Advocacy Service


Lambda Legal and Michigan Protection & Advocacy Service (MPAS) announced, on Wednesday, the successful settlement of a 2015 lawsuit filed on behalf of John Dorn against the Michigan Department of Corrections (MDOC).

 

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