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The History Of Trans Children In Medicine

The History Of Trans Children In Medicine

The History Of Trans Children In Medicine NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with historian Jules Gill-Peterson about the history of trans children in medicine and why the current slate of local anti-trans legislation is focused on minors.Toggle more optionsHeard onAngela VangToggle more optionsNPR's Ari Shapiro talks with historian Jules Gill-Peterson about the history of trans children in medicine and why the current slate of local anti-trans legislation is focused on minors.ARI SHAPIRO, HOST:Earlier this week on the program, we heard the Republican governor of Arkansas, Asa Hutchinson, explain why...

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Dr. Rachel Levine: Transgender Health Care Is An Equity Issue, Not A Political One

Dr. Rachel Levine: Transgender Health Care Is An Equity Issue, Not A Political One

Dr. Rachel Levine: Transgender Health Care Is An Equity Issue "I think people fear what they don't understand," says Levine, assistant secretary for health and the first openly transgender person to serve in a Senate-confirmed position.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsDozens of states are considering that advocates say are harmful to transgender people. The recent spate of bills are "really challenging to see," says Dr. Rachel Levine, the nation's newly confirmed assistant secretary for health. "I really think that the decisions about health care for LGBTQ youth are really...

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Dr. Rachel Levine: Transgender Health Care Is An Equity Issue, Not A Political One

Dr. Rachel Levine: Transgender Health Care Is An Equity Issue, Not A Political One

Dr. Rachel Levine: Transgender Health Care Is An Equity Issue "I think people fear what they don't understand," says Levine, assistant secretary for health and the first openly transgender person to serve in a Senate-confirmed position.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsDozens of states are considering that advocates say are harmful to transgender people. The recent spate of bills are "really challenging to see," says Dr. Rachel Levine, the nation's newly confirmed assistant secretary for health. "I really think that the decisions about health care for LGBTQ youth are really...

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Wisconsin Hospital Leader On Getting Ready For Vaccinations

Wisconsin Hospital Leader On Getting Ready For Vaccinations

Wisconsin Hospital Leader On Getting Ready For Vaccinations : Coronavirus Updates Dr. Jeff Bahr with the Advocate Aurora Health system in Wisconsin says his hospitals are "ready to go" for vaccinations. Staff who treat COVID-19 patients will be first in line, he says.Toggle more optionsToggle more optionsThe Food and Drug Administration looks set to allow emergency authorization of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine . With that, vaccinations will likely begin soon for health care workers and people in nursing homes. States will play a large part in distributing the doses that are available. In...

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And Now For An Important Message: Convincing You To Get The Coronavirus Vaccine

And Now For An Important Message: Convincing You To Get The Coronavirus Vaccine

The Ad Council Prepares Big Campaign On Getting The Coronavirus Vaccine : Coronavirus Updates Some Americans say they don't want to be vaccinated against the coronavirus. NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with the Ad Council's CEO about public health messaging and ways to reach vaccine skeptics.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsFor 78 years, the Advertising Council has been helping Americans face national challenges. From "remember, only you can prevent forest fires," to "loose lips sink ships" during World War II and the 1990s campaign . More recently, during the coronavirus pandemic,...

December 4, 2020
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Colorado Mayor Dealing With Rise In COVID-19: 'This Is Going To Be A Lost Year'

Colorado Mayor Dealing With Rise In COVID-19: 'This Is Going To Be A Lost Year'

Colorado Mayor Dealing With Rise In COVID-19: 'This Is Going To Be A Lost Year' : Coronavirus Updates Nick Gradisar, mayor of Pueblo, Colo., reflects on a spike in coronavirus cases in his town, contact tracing and how he's asking residents to prepare for the upcoming holidays.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsIn the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic, the hardest hit areas were big cities, from Seattle to New York. But now, eight months after the crisis hit the U.S, new cases are surging in some small towns and rural areas around the country. Colorado is among that set a...

October 21, 2020
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