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Psychotherapist Richard Winter speaks about the causes and signs of depression, and gives a Biblical perspective.
The biblical doctrines which the Reformers rediscovered and emphasised provided the framework out of which modern medicine was available eventually to develop.
Glynn Harrison speaks on the beauty of God's plan for sex and analyses the impacts of the Sexual Revolution.
Scientific research warns that some of the dyes used in tattoos contain contaminants that could harm the lymph nodes.
Franco Mazzocca, a young student of industrial engineering, uses his 3D printer to make hand and arm prostheses, within an international program that is helping thousands of children.
“Nursing Theses: 500 years after Luther’s 95 theses” was the paper presented by evangelical professionals at a congress with 8,200 nurses from 135 countries.
A large proportion of the Christian minority in Pakistan became sanitation workers for historical reasons. Sweeping in pre-Partition India was a job reserved for the lower castes.
At least 5% of men between 18 and 24 years old have some form of gambling addiction. “Technology makes gambling easier”, Christian expert says.
The new guidance of the General Pharmaceutical Council puts pressure on Christian professionals, says CEO of the Christian Medical Fellowship Peter J. Saunders.
France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK will face court action if they don't set out plans to cut NO2 emissions.NO2 caused almost 70,000 premature deaths in Europe in 2013.
All pregnant women in the Netherlands will have access to the Non Invasive Prenatal Testing to know if they have children with Down syndrome.
There is no safe level of exposure to tobacco smoke, a study says.
A MSF study warns about the high number of refugees in Italy who suffer mental health disorders due to the situation in their countries, the trauma of the journey and the inadequate reception conditions.
Christian psychologist Lidia Martin analyses the “image-centered” culture in which we live, and how we can put personal care in the right place.
Air pollution is responsible for 9% of mortality in France, according to a study made public this week. The only things that are more deadly to the French are tobacco and alcohol.
“Doctors and nurses are also victims of abortion”, says Patricia Sandoval, who worked as a nurse in a Planned Parenthood clinic. “I found Jesus and his forgiveness.”
The new vaccine is the first to attack the “tangles” of protein that are found in the brains of patients with Alzheimer's and some other types of dementia.
10 ideas for the New Year.
An updated ACAPS report shows that Croatia, Slovenia and Serbia are receiving more than 6,000 new people every day. “Access to healthcare and psycho-social support” should be a priority.
Hot dogs, bacon, and other processed meats raise the risk of cancer, and red meat probably contributes to the disease, too, according to the World Health Organization.
A study in 15 European cities confirmed the existence of socioeconomic inequalities in many of the main causes of mortality.
ASS234 is a promising multitarget molecule due to its potential therapeutic effects on patients with Alzheimer's disease.
Married people have better health than those who are single, especially after the age of 40, according to the Autonomous University of Barcelona.
Paralysed rats have regained the ability to walk after using a new implant and undergoing several weeks of training.