As we slide into cold and flu season, it’s time to remind everyone that it’s most polite and sociable to keep yourself and your family home when you’re sick with something contagious.
If you or your loved one has just had a diagnosis of COVID-19, your chances of surviving the illness will depend on your ability to gather your resources, make a plan, and adapt.
The parallels between the original Good Friday and the modern version run deep. But they also bring a message of hope and salvation.
Leaving the medical advice to the professionals, I can still offer one piece of guidance for Christians: Rest in the care of your Creator.
Freedom of expression and a free press are essential to everyone’s health and safety. That’s the most valuable lesson we should take away from the coronavirus epidemic.
We want to help—but we don’t always know how. Sensitive, specific, continuous care will help a family navigating the difficulties of chronic illness.
My husband’s illness robbed me not only of the strong man I had leaned on for all of our married life, but also of the little things I had somehow taken for granted.
It’s a joy that your child can receive a once-in-a-lifetime gift, but a grief that the reason for it is her life-threatening illness.
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