Tag Archives: PrEP

Is reducing anxiety a legitimate indication for PrEP in itself?

Australian doctors and nurses discuss PrEP’s role in tackling stigma, supporting U=U, and improving mental health Do doctors and other healthcare workers feel it’s legitimate to prescribe PrEP to people who are anxious about catching HIV, even if their actual risk is low? This question has been rarely been systematically asked of doctors and other… Read More »

How to Use Meal Prep and Batch Cooking to be Consistent with Healthy Eating

Meal planning and prepping is one of the best tools you can gain for ensuring you are getting nutrient-dense meals throughout your week. Planning ahead removes decision fatigue, saves you time, and prevents you from making decisions you don’t truly want during a moment of “hanger.” There’s no better feeling than starting off your Monday… Read More »

PrEP may be breaking the link between condomless sex and anxiety, survey results suggest

A US online survey has found that although gay and bisexual men who used PrEP had significantly more condomless sex with non-primary partners than men who didn’t use PrEP they were less likely to be anxious. A relationship seen in previous studies between higher rates of condomless sex and more anxiety did not seem to operate for… Read More »