FPI / March 30, 2020
A cataclysmic event can be the most important ingredient for spiritual renewal, a columnist wrote.
“Could a plague of biblical proportions be America’s best hope for religious revival? As the 75th anniversary of the end… Continue reading
FPI / March 16, 2020
Is the coronavirus a sign of an angered God finally losing patience with humanity as in the Old Testament of the Bible when Divine injunctions fell on deaf ears?
In a March 13 op-ed for… Continue reading
June 28, 2016
By Andrew M. Seaman
Gay, lesbian and bisexual individuals reported more health problems than straight men and women, in a large U.S. survey.
For the first time since its launch in… Continue reading
Genetic faults caused by trauma, poor lifestyle or environmental stress can be passed down to future generations, scientists at the University of Cambridge have discovered. …
Although the same genes are passed down through generations, scientists now know that our… Continue reading
Great literature and theater rivets its audience with the universal dynamic no longer recognized as such in polite society: the murderous war between Good and Evil.
Consider Lyme Disease. Modern medicine, after all, will not. Nor will health insurance programs… Continue reading
Being a parent reduces your risk of catching a cold — possibly because of unknown “psychological or behavioral differences between parents and nonparents,” according to a study in the July issue of Psychosomatic Medicine, the official journal of the American… Continue reading
Recent work in mice suggested that the immune system is involved in removing beta-amyloid, the main Alzheimer’s-causing substance in the brain. Researchers have now shown for the first time that this may apply in humans.
Researchers at the Peninsula College… Continue reading