Tag: LGBTQ health
LGB and Questioning Students in Schools: The Moderating Effects of Homophobic Bullying and School Climate on Negative Outcomes
LGB and questioning students were more likely to report a more hostile middle school climate of bullying, homophobia, and various negative outcomes than peers.
Data taken from 8,584 LGBT students suggests that bullying is of particular concern during physical education classes and school athletics.
IMPACT Program and 3 other LGBTQ youth serving organizations in Chicago present at a panel discussion about LGBTQ youth health disparities.
A new study published this month in the American Journal of Public Health is the first examination of eating disorders, obesity, and sexual orientation in US high school students.
A new IMPACT Program White Paper reports on eight areas where LGBT Youth in Chicago face health disparities – and how to take action.
Health literacy is a commonly overlooked but very important aspect of the relationship between an individual and their healthcare provider.
How does the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the constitutionality of the new health care reform law affect the LGBT community?
An Ally’s Guide to Issues Facing LGBT Americans was created as an introduction for those who support and fight for LGBT equality
At Pride Weekend 2012 we unveiled some of our findings about LGBT Youth in Chicago. Learn more, and download the colorful pdf here!
A new study looks at self-reported positive aspects of being gay/bisexual in adolescent male youth, as opposed to focusing on negative outcomes.