- The Human Rights Campaign (HRC)'s Healthcare Equality Index: The HEI is a resource for healthcare facilities across the country working to assess and improve their policies and practices related to the LGBT
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) LGBT Health Topics: This resource has information for gay and bisexual men, youth, lesbian and bisexual women, and transgender persons. It also discusses health services and other resources.
- LGBT Youth Health: This CDC resource has data and information for parents and educators.
- Lesbian Health 101: A Clinician's Guide. This 2010 book, edited by Suzanne Dibble, DNSc, RN, and Patricia Robertson, MD, represents what is known about lesbian health and women’s health in general.
- APA Practice Guidelines for Psychological Practice with LGB Clients. The guidelines cover topics such as: attitudes toward homosexuality and bisexuality, relationships and families, issues of diversity, economic and workplaces issues, education and training, and research.
- Diabetes in the LGBT Community
- Smoking Cessation for the LGBT Community
- Gay and Lesbian Patients with Cancer (PDF)
This 2009 brief by Anne Katz, RN, PhD, describes the cancer experience of gay men and lesbian women through a descriptive, qualitative analysis. Published in Oncology Nursing Forum.
- Coming Out with Cancer: Living After Cancer Treatment (PDF): This booklet by LiveStrong helps LGBT people with cancer identify concerns and figure out where to go for help.
- National LGBT Cancer Network
- More Children Struggle With Gender Identity Disorder: This 2012 article from NPR looks at Gender Identity Disorder.
- Cerebral Palsy and LGBT: (Link | Main Page)
- LGBT Friendly Drug And Alcohol Rehab Centers:
(Link | Main Page | Resources | Infographics | Experts)
- Anti-discrimination laws protecting the LGBT community: (Link)
- Countries not safe to work, live or travel in for LGBT individuals and couples: (Link)
- Discrimination against the LGBT community in workplaces: (Link)
- Quit Smoking Community: (Link)
- LGBTQ+ Community Resources for Substance Abuse: (Link)