The 2021-2022 academic year is starting and there is a lot of fear and uncertainty about it, especially as the pandemic continues. News about it is everywhere and some of it is confusing and overwhelming, even for those in the medical field. A myriad of questions remains unanswered. However, as schools reopen, there is one
Kentucky and Texas joined a growing list of states that are seeing record numbers of hospitalized COVID-19 patients in a surge that is overwhelming doctors and nurses and afflicting more children. Intensive care units around the nation are packed with patients extremely ill with the coronavirus — even in places where hospitalizations have not yet
The day before he was supposed to start fourth grade, Francisco Rosales was admitted to a Dallas hospital with COVID-19, struggling to breathe, with dangerously low oxygen levels and an uncertain outcome. It wasn’t supposed to be like this, thought his frightened mother, Yessica Gonzalez. Francisco was normally healthy and rambunctious. At 9, he was
As I was approaching adolescence, my father sat me down for a talk about what I could expect during my teenage years. My dad was a big man, six foot three inches and over two hundred pounds. He had been a Ranger in the South Pacific during World War II. His Ranger training included the
David McNabb discusses places to visit that feature Creation Science. He then interviews Lisa May of Christian Family Care.
Dr. Lyle Rapacki interviews Sheriff Mark Dannels of Cochise County about the border crisis and what he is seeing every day.