The LGBT Health & Development Program

Tag: health


Know Your Status! Get Tested at Vida/SIDA!

Posted by Krystal in Featured, Youth Blog. No Comments

27th January

Do you know your HIV status? Get tested for free at Chicago’s community clinic Vida/SIDA!



Transgender and gender nonconforming individuals (age 14-30) needed for health research!

Posted by Laura in Featured, Research Blog, Youth Blog. 1 Comment

18th December

Contribute to transgender and gender nonconforming health research by completing an online survey. Chance to win $50!



Medication Adherence Mediates the Relationship between Adherence Self-efficacy and Biological Assessments of HIV Health among those with Alcohol Use Disorders

11th October

Cognitive interventions aimed at facilitating adherence self-efficacy may be effective in improving medication adherence and HIV health.



Youth Blog – Adolescent Health: WHO, What, and Why

Posted by Gayle in Featured, Youth Blog. No Comments

30th August

The World Health Organization (WHO) is asking adolescents to contribute to their health report. Let them know what matters to LGBTQ youth!



Research Blog > Support Matters in Coming Out

Posted by IMPACT in Coming Out Blog, Featured, Research Blog. Comments Off

27th August

Researchers wondered if parental support upon coming out had any association with LGB health. What did they find? Support matters.



Sexual health information seeking online: A mixed-methods study among lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender young people

23rd August

Study reveals motivations and limits of seeking online sexual health information among a diverse sample of LGBT youth.



“Centro de tu Noche” ¡Lanzamiento de nueva iniciativa de pruebas del VIH!

Posted by Krystal in Featured, Youth Blog. No Comments

22nd February

New Testing Initiative Launched! “Centro de tu Noche”



First At-Home HIV Test in Drug Stores Now

Posted by SteveDuBois in Featured, Sexual Health Blog, Youth Blog. No Comments

14th November

OraSure has released the first-ever at-home HIV test to increase access to quick, reliable testing, and individuals’ awareness of HIV status.



Know Your Status!

Posted by Krystal in Featured, Youth Blog. No Comments

6th November

The CDC recommends that everyone between the ages of 13 and 65 get tested for HIV at least once.



September 27: Preventing Suicide by Showing Your Support

Posted by IMPACT in Allies, Youth Blog. No Comments

26th September

The Trevor Project encourages you to let the ones you love know you’re there to talk.






Latest IMPACT News