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Catholicism and healthcare: 5 key principles

In a political policy mess, it's helpful to have some basic bullet points.

Progesterone therapy may prevent recurrent miscarriages, study shows

Catholic researchers have been treating pregnant women with progesterone for decades.

How getting diagnosed with a chronic illness taught me the real meaning of strength

What if "being strong" is more about how we handle our weakness?

Should death by organ donation be allowed?

An intensive care unit doctor wrestles with the collision between the worlds of transplantation and euthanasia.

Woman wakes up after 27 years in coma

Her son recounts his joy when the first word she spoke was his name.

Why gardening is so good for you

If you want to stop and smell the roses in old age, you should start planting those flowers now.

Does having children age you faster? It seems to depend on one thing

Research shows an interesting factor that appears to make the difference when it comes to aging as a mom.

How music can bring those with Alzheimer’s back to reality

Songs that touch us the most play a vital role in grounding us and bring us back to ourselves.

Pastor’s surprising solution for food poverty leads to a boost in his congregation

Pastor Heber Brown III has started a nationwide incentive to give church-goers affordable healthy produce.

Regular churchgoers are happier, study says

In the US in particular, religious observance has been found to be a key factor in emotional well-being.

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