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More money, trust, and control: HIV self-testing and PrEP empowers sex workers and their partners in Uganda

A qualitative study asked HIV-negative sex workers and their partners in Uganda about their experiences using HIV self-testing and PrEP. The study found that using the two interventions together was economically empowering because sex without a condom was safer, they enhanced relationships, intimacy, and trust among partners, and participants were empowered to take control of… Read More »

Pandemic spurs more nurses to consider leaving their roles, McKinsey report finds

Dive Brief: More than 22% of nurses say they may leave their current position within the year, with many planning to leave for another job outside of nursing or retire, according to a McKinsey report published Thursday. Nurses in long-term care settings were more likely to consider leaving their roles than those in inpatient settings, and… Read More »

These 4 Athletes Are the Future of Their Sports

The prototypical standard of what makes an elite athlete might be morphing. Conventional thinking will have you believe that success in sports will come when one side is bigger and stronger than the competition—but there’s more to winning games, matches, and races than overwhelming force. Since today’s high-level sports stars are starting to target more… Read More »