Articles written by: Leticia Miranda


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Long term effects of Depo Provera may outweigh benefits

The birth conroll drug is also disproportionately prescribed to women of color


“Busted” proves gumshoe reporting lives on

The opening lines read like a thriller novel.

Audio / Features / News

Aging with HIV

Patients with HIV and their physicians have a more complex challenge ahead as they treat HIV along with the typical illnesses that come with aging.

Audio / News

Interfaith group takes on reproductive rights education

The campaign’s mainly liberal church struggle to meet the needs of its members.


College students prepare taxes for needy via new virtual system

The new online-based system is expected to be more cost-effective and efficient.

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NY Elections: New York’s progressive venture

Bill de Blasio is slated to make history, or so says Twitter. If elected, de Blasio would be the city’s first openly progressive mayor in the wake of Obama’s reelection. But how will ideology translate into government politics? What hopes or reservations do New Yorkers have?

9/11 Anniversary: Art therapy aids the sick
Arts / Special Reports

9/11 Anniversary: Art therapy aids the sick

Their art offers them a creative release for the trauma they experienced on that horrific day and the health problems they continue to battle now.

NYC Primary: LGBT voters of color not in Quinn’s corner
News / Politics / Special Reports

NYC Primary: LGBT voters of color not in Quinn’s corner

Quinn’s strategy to pander to the LGBT vote as a bright symbol of progress alienated some queer people of color.