Chemo Wasn't an Option - That's When God Supernaturally Healed This Man of Inoperable Cancer
David Baker had stage four melanoma. A tumor on the side of his face had grown so huge he couldn't see out of his right eye, and he could barely eat. Doctors said there was nothing they could do. But David managed to get to church on Easter morning, and that's where he received a miracle.
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China is believed to have spent at least $17 million establishing so-called "Confucius Classrooms" in 143 school districts across the US, teaching school children Beijing's view of the world.
The migrants flooding into the U.S. are part of an unbroken chain stretching all the way to South America. The impact of thousands of people making the trek north is taking a huge toll on the communities they pass through.
A Republican civil war -- that's the feeling over continued infighting between House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) and the more conservative wing of his own party.
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A Missouri pediatric children's hospital announced it would no longer provide puberty blockers or hormone therapies to children due to a state law that now forces them to stop carrying out these irreversible procedures on minors.
Grammy Award-winning Christian musician Lauren Daigle and former Duck Dynasty star now motivational author - speaker Sadie Robertson Huff had a candid conversation about how they have learned to overcome anxiety, fear, and panic and enter into God's rest.
The popular weight loss and diabetes medication Wegovy now appears to have significant heart health benefits. However, the prescription drug is out of reach for most Americans.
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Life can be traumatic. Too many people deal with hardships by making destructive choices to try to ease the pain, including addiction, abuse, and even suicide. On this week's Healthy Living, Adam Davis, a victim of childhood sexual trauma, describes how he almost took his own life, but through faith, was able to stay in the fight and emerge victorious.
Heart disease remains America's number one cause of death, claiming one out of every five lives lost. However, doctors say many of these deaths are preventable if we make certain changes to our lifestyles, such as lowering cholesterol.
After an EF-3 tornado ripped through North Carolina this week, there are concerns U.S. hospitals could face drug shortages. One of the hardest hit sites was the Pfizer factory in Rocky Mount, a huge facility with the equivalent of more than 24 football fields in manufacturing space.
The World Health Organization (WHO) announced last week that the artificial sweetener aspartame could cause cancer, particularly cancer in the liver. However, just hours after the WHO made the announcement, in a rare move, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) publicly stated they disagree with WHO's classification of aspartame as a possible carcinogenic, largely because of the research the global health organization used to arrive at their conclusion.