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Older Lesbians At Higher Risk For Stroke, Arthritis, Back Pain, Than Straight Seniors

Older lesbian and bisexual women are more likely to suffer from chronic health problems than their straight counterparts, according to a new study in American Journal of Public Health. Researchers at the University of Washington examined CDC data for 33,000 adults over the age of 50, and found that strokes, heart attacks, asthma, arthritis and... Read more ยป
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