Now that COVID-19 is officially recognized as a pandemic, many nations are bracing themselves to take the economic hit of stalling business and trade.
Our news has been filled with alarming reports concerning COVID-19, the most recent coronavirus strain, in recent weeks.
People are being ushered into quarantines; entire countries have been trying to close their borders; the rapid transmission of this newest influenza has caused public fears to run rampant.
Lately, you’ve been having terrible headaches. You schedule a doctor’s appointment; she asks a lot of questions, examines your head and then suggests that they run a few more tests.
In front of several hundred megachurch pastors, Dr. Henry Cloud drew a slightly lumpy rectangle on a whiteboard.
This past December, we shared our Lebanese partners’ situation and prayers as they navigated the uprising that was beginning to shake their country.
Now, over two months later, the pains and protests wracking the country seem to have only intensified, and solutions seem nowhere in sight as Lebanon’s economy bottoms out.
Most children don’t expect their parents to start needing help and care until well into their golden years.
The Center for Retirement Research at Boston College found that the vast majority of adult children don’t begin providing care for their parents until they’re well into their own 60s and 70s.
Fears have begun running rampant ever since the explosion of COVID-19 cases in China’s Hubei province.
News feeds have become clogged with articles about the quick spread of this new variety of human coronavirus. Photos and videos showing medical personnel in isolation hooded coveralls, masks and goggles have only heightened the general public’s alarm.