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SAGE Presents the 31st Annual Toys Party to Benefit SAGE and Children's Charities

By EDGE | Dec 9
On Sunday, December 11, 2016, Robby Browne, David Tufts & Chris Kann will host the annual Toys Party to benefit Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders (SAGE) as well as several children's charities.

Lips Holds Annual Holiday Toy Drive for Children's Diagnostic & Treatment Center 

Dec 9
Lips, the ultimate in drag dining, will host a not-your-ordinary Holiday Toy Drive to benefit Children's Diagnostic & Treatment Center during its Dragalicious Gospel Brunch on Sunday, December 11.

Avoiding the Impacts of Flu and Cold Season on Autoimmune-Related Ailments

Dec 8
Flu and cold season is quickly approaching and there isn't a soul looking forward to it. Even the healthiest people can be hit hard with the symptoms of the influenza virus and bacterial infections, those with autoimmune diseases are at even greater risk.

Blood Test May Help Identify Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders

By EDGE | Dec 8
Researchers have identified a blood test that may help predict how severely a baby will be affected by alcohol exposure during pregnancy.

Study Reveals Driving Tired is Like Driving Drunk

Dec 8
A new study suggests that driving on to little sleep is as bad as driving drunk.

Lady Gaga Discusses PTSD Struggle in Open Letter

Dec 8
Lady Gaga is opening up further on her struggles with post-traumatic stress disorder in an open letter.

Keep Your Hound Healthy With Products From kin+kind

By Winnie McCroy | Dec 8
Harsh shampoos and cleansers can dry a pup's skin and exacerbate this irritation. kin+kind offers a natural solution.

Hetrick-Martin Institute Celebrates 2016 Emery Awards

By EDGE | Dec 7
On Wednesday, December 7 at Cipriani Wall Street, Hetrick-Martin Institute will celebrate the 2016 Emery Awards, HMI's flagship annual event.

Shortage of Injectable Estrogen A Health Emergency, Say Public Health Experts

Dec 7
A new policy brief warns of the public health emergency created by a shortage of injectable estrogen, and calls on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to be more proactive in resolving the crisis.

New HIV Infections Three Times National Average in South Florida

By EDGE | Dec 7
The rate of new HIV infections in South Florida has risen to more than three times the national average in 2015, according to the latest data by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's annual HIV Surveillance Report.

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