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Wednesday, 2 November 2016

Trudeau expected to apologize for Canada's treatment of LGBTQ soldiers

Trudeau expected to apologize for Canada's treatment of LGBTQ soldiers
- Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to make a formal apology Wednesday to the country's LGBTQ community for past discrimination sanctioned ...

Meet Exuberance, targeting affluent LGBTQs

Meet Exuberance, targeting affluent LGBTQs
- Now a new magazine will target a specific segment of the LGBTQ community–upscale folks living in the New York area. The new title is called ...

LGBTQ+ organizing against racism and pinkwashing in Nova Scotia

LGBTQ+ organizing against racism and pinkwashing in Nova Scotia
- So, for instance, there are places where police make a show of being supportive of LGBTQ Pride events in a way that makes them look progressive ...

Federal government facing class-action lawsuits on behalf of fired LGBTQ employees

Federal government facing class-action lawsuits on behalf of fired LGBTQ employees
- The Liberal government is facing nationwide class-action lawsuits filed on behalf of LGBTQ people who say they were persecuted and fired from their ...

Will legal marijuana be the newest vice to 'stay in Vegas'?

Will legal marijuana be the newest vice to 'stay in Vegas'?
- Nevada already has legal brothels, round-the-clock casinos and a coy catchphrase declaring that “what happens in Vegas, stays ...

Asia's Largest LGBTQ Pride Draws Record Numbers As Taiwan Eyes Marriage Equality

Asia's Largest LGBTQ Pride Draws Record Numbers As Taiwan Eyes Marriage Equality
- The celebration of diversity culminated in an historic advance for locals, as the LGBTQ Pride flag flew above the island nation's capital for the first time.

Mississippi black church torched and vandalized with 'Vote Trump' slogan

Mississippi black church torched and vandalized with 'Vote Trump' slogan
- Federal, state and local investigators are swarming around a historically black church in Greenville, Miss., targeted by possible arsonists late Tuesday ...

Rainbow Visions celebrates LGBTQ film for second year

Rainbow Visions celebrates LGBTQ film for second year
- Building affinity one screening at a time, Edmonton's Rainbow Visions LGBTQ film festival is in the sophomore year of an at-least three-year ...

How our mind wanders may help decode mental illness

How our mind wanders may help decode mental illness
- This perspective on mind-wandering may help psychologists gain a more in-depth understanding of mental illnesses, said Zachary Irving, postdoctoral ...

Minnesota's student survey finds sharp drop in teen smoking, drinking, sex

Minnesota's student survey finds sharp drop in teen smoking, drinking, sex
- At the same time, the number of teens reporting emotional or mental health problems has risen sharply, and teen use of tobacco and alcohol show ...

Teen population seeing increase in diabetes

Teen population seeing increase in diabetes
- It is natural for teens with diabetes to be anxious at intervals or to feel that their feelings and health condition are not understood by others. The teen's ...

Too much screen time can have lasting effects on your child's health

Too much screen time can have lasting effects on your child's health
- Even late night screen time can shift your child's sleep schedule.Just like our ... Too much screen time can have lasting effects on your child's health.

After A Miscarriage: 3 Ways To Help Healing

After A Miscarriage: 3 Ways To Help Healing
 - Assuming both the parents are willing and there are no underlying medical issues, the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development ...

Bad childhood experiences 'mean chronic illness more likely'

Bad childhood experiences 'mean chronic illness more likely'
Children who are exposed to abuse, domestic violence or other stresses are far more likely to develop long term health problems, says new research.

Using smartphones before bedtime can be dangerous to a child's health: Study

Using smartphones before bedtime can be dangerous to a child's health: Study
- Researchers from Cardiff University have come out with a new study that says children who use smartphones or tablets while going to bed may face ...

Nearly every American will know a victim of gun violence, BU study finds Boston University Medical ...

Nearly every American will know a victim of gun violence, BU study finds Boston University Medical ...
- The likelihood of knowing a gun violence victim who died (rather than being injured) was 84.3 percent overall, with blacks and non-Hispanic whites ...