Transgender Adults More Likely To Smoke And Remain Inactive Than Cisgender Peers

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Transgender individuals are more likely to engage in practices deleterious to their health, according to a study published Monday that puts transgenders at a higher risk for “poor health” than their cisgender peers. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) introduced in 2014 a gender identity module for behavioral risk that 36 U.S. states…

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