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Houston hospital and Vatican council join in opposing euthanasia

Catholics and Methodists come together on the "delicate and important" issue of palliative care

Cases of STDs are on the rise

In 2017, the number of diagnosed cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis reached nearly 2.3 million.

When a couple is separated due to illness, doctors provide an act of mercy

Medical experts recognize and accommodate the truth about a long-married couple.

3 Ingenious ways to combine exercise and prayer, and find time for both

Why not work the body and the soul simultaneously?

Facing a cancer relapse, a husband and father is full of gratitude to God

“Faced with the real prospect of dying, all I can do is thank God from my heart.”

Suffering from sciatic pain in pregnancy? Try this effective technique

Nerve gliding is better than stretching because it uses specific movements to release the nerve and improve mobility.

Finding Mary at the foot of our own crosses

Honored as the "Health of the Sick," she comforts us as she comforted Juan Diego: Do not worry about any misfortune.

The stages of grief after losing an unborn child

It's important to allow yourself to go through all the stages of mourning.

The fight against AIDS: a “partial success”

There is progress, but prevention is in crisis

U.S. drug overdose deaths hit record number in 2017, according to CDC

Increase is due to use of synthetic opioids. There were also signs that the epidemic may be abating.

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