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Court Won't Reconsider Block of Arkansas Trans Care Law

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HEALTH | By Andrew DeMillo | Nov 16, 2022

A federal appeals court said Wednesday it won't reconsider its ruling temporarily blocking Arkansas from enforcing its ban on gender-affirming care for children.

Doctors not Trained for Gender-Diverse Patients; Disparities Follow

Doctors not Trained for Gender-Diverse Patients; Disparities Follow

HEALTH | Nov 15, 2022

The medical system is poorly equipped to meet the needs of gender-diverse patients. Disparities result, especially in preventative care.

Feel Free: The New Sobriety

Feel Free: The New Sobriety

SPONSORED CONTENT | Nov 12, 2022

Feel Free, a shot-sized tonic made from all natural ingredients, is the alcohol alternative you've been looking for. Move over, Dry January and Sober October!

Mindfulness Worked as Well for Anxiety as Drug in Study

Mindfulness Worked as Well for Anxiety as Drug in Study

HEALTH | By Lindsey Tanner | Nov 10, 2022

Mindfulness meditation worked as well as a standard drug for treating anxiety in the first head-to-head comparison.

Medicare Enrollees Warned about Deceptive Marketing Schemes

Medicare Enrollees Warned about Deceptive Marketing Schemes

HEALTH | By Amanda Seitz | Nov 5, 2022

With Medicare's open enrollment underway through Dec. 7, health experts are warning older adults about an uptick in misleading marketing tactics.

Death in U.S. Gene Therapy Study Sparks Search for Answers

Death in U.S. Gene Therapy Study Sparks Search for Answers

HEALTH | By Laura Ungar | Nov 5, 2022

The lone volunteer in a unique study involving a gene-editing technique has died, and those behind the trial are now trying to figure out what killed him.

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