But they note that there's no "cause for concern"
Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh are calling it the "Swiss Army knife" of immunotherapies
Additionally, organization plans to expand its services in the coming months
SMYAL plans to engage young professionals interested in helping LGBTQ youth reach their full potential
Whitman-Walker is splitting into five connected entities, to better deliver its services and to secure its long-term future.
Stonewall Yoga's classes are "inclusive of all people and all body types"
A roundup of everything in the D.C.-area for World AIDS Day
The 40th Anniversary Gala is Saturday, Sept. 22
How healthy are we? For D.C.'s LGBTQ community, the question is not so easy to answer
Queer teenagers reported higher rates of heroin, alcohol, marijuana and cigarette use than their straight peers
Trans athletes were previously restricted by registration forms that only recognized assigned sex at birth
While health insurance and physician access improved in gay men, the same was not true for lesbian women
A new study finds the mental and physical health of transgender veterans is similar to the health of cisgender veterans, adding more evidence to support...
Alexandria, Virginia is experimenting with creative ways to encourage people to get tested for HIV
Grindr and other apps want to make it easier for users to anonymously notify sexual partners should they be diagnosed with an STD