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Fatty Liver. Also known as fatty infiltration or NASH (non-alcoholic steatotic hepatitis). It doesn’t sound that glamorous does it? Unfortunately it’s a diagnosis that is becoming increasingly common as rates of overweight and obesity climb in first world countries. And chances are that if you look down and can’t see your belt buckle, you’re well …

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Going through a relationship break up is one of those universal human experiences. Even though almost everyone experiences this at some point in their lives, people still have a lot of questions about the best way to cope following a breakup. The effectiveness of coping strategies will be different for each person, and finding the …

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The Queensland AIDS Council has called on the Palaszczuk Government to bring PrEP access for Queenslanders into line with the southern states after Victoria this week announced PrEP trial positions for 2,600 men who have sex with men. The extension of the Victorian PrEP trial follows the lead of News South Wales which announced a …

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One of the best things about the LGBTI community is the strong sense of diversity, acceptance and inclusiveness. Even the rainbow flag is designed to represent how all the different subgroups within our community can come together in a harmonious way. However, one group that still faces some discrimination from within our community is bisexual …

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It’s that time again. The start of a new year is the perfect time to evaluate things and make changes in your life for the better. There’s nothing like a good list, so here are a few recommendations from the doctor. 1. Reduce your screen time. You know what I’m talking about – time spent …

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Coming out is one of the biggest milestones in the life of someone from the GLBTI community. It can be a very freeing and liberating experience. It is also a nerve wracking prospect that is associated with a lot of anticipatory anxiety. Every person’s experience is different, but below are some tips and points for …

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It’s that time of year again, when alcohol tends to flow like water at Christmas and New Year’s parties. It’s too easy to make some bad choices when there’s free/cheap booze on offer. While it’s fine to let your hair down and enjoy a drink at this time of year, just remember that alcohol is …

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The HIV Foundation Queensland wants to improve people’s experience when trying to access PEP. Please help them by taking a short anonymous survey. CLICK HERE to help! If you think you may have been exposed to HIV then you can access PEP within 72 hours to prevent HIV. CLICK HERE to find out more about PEP.

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Hundreds of people gathered in Brisbane’s CBD last night to recognise World AIDS Day at a touching candlelight vigil held in Reddacliff Place. With candles being lit for lost loved ones, the emotional vigil heard the personal accounts of what it is like to live with HIV in 2015 as well as invaluable local history …

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Homophobia is something that everyone in the LGBTIQA community has likely experienced at some point in their lives. It is a frustrating and damaging phenomenon that is born from a cultural assumption that non-heterosexuality is inherently bad, or somehow inferior to heterosexuality. Often times, homophobia comes from the straight community (albeit often unintentionally!). But sadly, …

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