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By: Michael Heiland, MD
Spanish version: El Virus Zika
The Zika virus (ZikV) belongs to the same family of viruses as dengue, West Nile Virus, and Yellow fever. It is carried by the same mosquitoes that carry dengue and chikingunya and is currently being spread through virtually every Central and Northeastern South Americ...
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By: Michele D. Shoun
Human trafficking worldwide – both labor and sex trafficking – has 20.9 million people in its grip. Sadly, slavery is not a thing of the past.
An estimated 1.5 million people are being exploited this way in North America. A vast majority of the cases that have been detected in...
By: Michele D. Shoun
When the abortion pill was approved for U.S. use in 2000, the pro-life movement held its collective breath. How would it change the struggle? Would abortion become so quick and easy that women no longer sought the services of pregnancy care centers?
By: Alana Terry
When my husband Phillip and I got married, we figured we'd wait about a year before we tried to get pregnant. Two months after our wedding I started volunteering at CareNet Pregnancy Center, where I learned about the miracle of carrying and delivering babies into the world. I helped fold tiny little...
By: Sherry Camelleri
Recently, God gave me a very special gift. It didn't have a pretty bow or colorful paper. I didn't find it under the Christmas tree or in a stocking hanging on the mantle. No, it was given to me on an ordinary day, when I least expected it. Has that ever happened to you?
One of the vital ministry s...
By: Sarah Bentley
When a woman becomes pregnant, it can be one of the happiest as well as one of the scariest moments of her life. A woman with a positive HIV status will have added stress and anxiety pertaining to the pregnancy. However, there is a plethora of information for the woman to learn that can be helpful i...
By: Jerry Thacker
SOME TEENAGERS TEXT BETWEEN 3,000 AND 15,000 TIMES PER MONTH.Recently I had the privilege of conducting marketing research in a number of cities with people from more than five states in attendance. One of the discussions we had was about the use of text messaging by Gen X and Gen Y people. Some of ...
By: Mark Hiehle
Years ago, Miles McPherson was the keynote speaker at a Care Net conference. He shared an illustration that I will never forget and have used many times when speaking. Miles shared that the Gibbons monkey is hunted because of its valuable pelt, but is it is an elusive animal. It has great hearing an...