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By MIKE DAVIS   Caregiving through the pandemic        Quarantine. Isolation. Personal protective equipment. Social distancing. Shelter in place. We have all become way too...

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By STAN BUCKLEY     Helping the whole person in Haiti        At But God Ministries (BGM), we consider education, nutrition and medical care to be part of the health and...

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by CHRIS FIELDS     How our ‘freedom’ can jeopardize our health        Recently, Congress and the Senate passed laws that fast-food restaurants must track and report...

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