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Parents win fight to end teen sex conference in Oregon

Parents win fight to end teen sex conference in Oregon

By Rachel Lynn Aldrich
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Education | Families in Oregon scored a victory when the controversial Teen Sexuality Conference in Seaside, Ore., was canceled on Saturday. The conference, which has…

Applying a Christian worldview to the vaccination issue

Applying a Christian worldview to the vaccination issue

By Marvin Olasky
Posted

Health | Digging deeper into the difficult questions surrounding this complicated debate

Shot selection

Shot selection

By Marvin Olasky
Posted

Health | A sample of views on vaccination from ground zero of the Whole Foods subculture

Stirring up a hornets’ nest

Stirring up a hornets’ nest

By Marvin Olasky
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Health | Vaccine stories spark intense reactions

To vaccinate or not to vaccinate

To vaccinate or not to vaccinate

By William H. Smith, James Marroquin & The Elders of First Presbyterian Church (PCA), Augusta, Ga.
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Health | Seeking wisdom from experience, medical expertise, and church leaders

Midday Roundup: ISIS takes more Christians hostage in Syria

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Kidnapped. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights is reporting Islamic State (ISIS) militants have abducted as many as 90 Assyrian Christians after raiding…

Pro-life doctors promote emergency abortion pill reversal kit

By J.C. Derrick
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Abortion | WASHINGTON—Andrea Minichini cried as she sat with her boyfriend in a New Jersey Planned Parenthood office last year. Eight weeks and one day into an…

FDA investigates endoscopes linked to “superbug” infections

By Gary Cumberland
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Health | Seven patients have been infected with a drug-resistant “superbug” at UCLA’s Ronald Reagan Medical Center since last fall. Two patients have died, and…

Midday Roundup: Foreign governments propping up Clinton foundation

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Foreign favorite. As Hillary Clinton prepares to announce a run for the White House in 2016, the foundation she runs with her husband, Bill, is collecting…

Frustrated by skeptics, doctors rename chronic fatigue syndrome

By James Marroquin
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Health | Laura Hillenbrand has been mostly confined indoors since becoming sick with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) more than 25 years ago. The author of the…

Mississippi and West Virginia maintain country’s strictest vaccination laws

By Laura Edghill
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Health | Vaccine-wary parents in Mississippi and West Virginia must continue to comply with mandatory immunization rules for their children to be eligible to attend…

Are Ebola-fighting cows the first step toward human animals?

By Julie Borg
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Science | It’s not unusual for farms to have a herd of cows, unless those cows are a tiny bit human. One farm in Iowa has a herd of 50 black and white Holstein-Jersey…

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