January is Cervical Health Awareness Month. We spoke with Chief Medical Officer Dr. Amy Whitaker, to answer some common questions about cervical health, cancer prevention, and why it’s important to get to know your cervix.
What do you do if you need health care, but are living through a global pandemic? Try telehealth! As part of our “Ask the Expert” series, we are turning to our Associate Medical Director to answer common questions about how telehealth visits work.
December 1 is World AIDS Day, dedicated to those living with and affected by HIV and remembering those who lost their lives to AIDS. As part of our “Ask the Expert” series, we are turning to our HIV Prevention Fellows to answer common questions about HIV and AIDS.
This week is Transgender Awareness Week, a time to raise visibility about transgender people and address issues faced by members of the community.
If you’re not already taking action, now is the time to start.
The Affordable Care Act open enrollment period is happening now through December 15. During this period, you can get both yourself and your family covered. We can help you navigate all of the available choices and find the health insurance plan that best fits your needs.
Often, what seems like a minor bureaucratic issue for some people can mean the difference between someone voting or skipping the election, particularly for low-income folks and people of color. Don’t let the confusion and misinformation keep you from exercising your right to vote.
October is LGBTQ History Month and Illinois has an extra reason to celebrate in 2020: the LGBTQ Inclusive Curriculum Law is now in effect for Illinois public schools. This law is another step bringing us closer to telling our nation’s complete history. And it’s so important.
Sunday, October 11 is National Coming Out Day. Coming out can be a big decision. Regardless of who you are choosing to come out to, there are things that can help you feel more prepared for the conversation.
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