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Covid strikes clergy as they comfort pandemic's sick and dying

11 days ago   |   By News Medical

The Rev. Jose Luis Garayoa survived typhoid fever, malaria, a kidnapping and the Ebola crisis as a missionary in Sierra Leone, only to die of Covid-19 after tending to the people of his Texas church who were sick from the virus and the grieving family members of those who died.
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Covid-19 Has Made People More Caring and Supportive

Covid-19 Has Made People More Caring and Supportive

11 days ago   |   By Medindia Health

Americans during the period of covid-19 pandemic were placing more value on the welfare of others, even if it meant putting their own lives at risk. The use of words referring to basic needs for food, clothing and shelter increased significantly across Google searches, Twitter, internet forums and blogs.
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Dengue, Malaria Danger Grips Bhopal, Say Sources

Dengue, Malaria Danger Grips Bhopal, Say Sources

In Bhopal, the threat of dengue and malaria has started looming large. This is the reason that check-up campaigns are being run in various areas in the state capital. Read more ...

Parents Encouraged Kids To Burn Masks In Front Of Idaho Capitol

Parents Encouraged Kids To Burn Masks In Front Of Idaho Capitol

“Here, fire, you hungry? Here's another mask,” a child was overheard saying On Saturday, about 100 demonstrators gathered outside Idaho's Capitol in Boise for an anti-mask... Read more ...

UK schools to reopen, backed by frequent virus testing

British children are gearing up to return to school on Monday after a two-month closure Read more ...

Workers worry about safety, stress as states ease mask rules

Workers such as restaurant servers and retail clerks are balancing the anticipation of better earnings with concerns about keeping themselves safe as states lift mask mandates... Read more ...

Search for justice can't undermine judicial system

We have a system of rules worked out over centuries by which we believe we can arrive at the most just solution possible. We weaken it at our peril. Read more ...

Victoria's bail laws are broken and need to be fixed

Victoria's broken bail laws have a discriminatory impact on women in our prison system. Read more ...

We've come a long way, but it can all be taken away

It is shockingly easy to forget the rights we take for granted were hard fought for, and only yesterday. Read more ...

COVID-19 in Delhi: 286 New Cases, 2 Deaths In 24 Hrs

COVID-19 in Delhi: 286 New Cases, 2 Deaths In 24 Hrs

In Delhi in the last 24 hours, 286 fresh COVID-19 cases and two deaths have been reported, taking the total number of cases to 6,41,101 and the death toll to 1,092. Read more ...

Best of cartoons, March 8, 2021

The news of the day as interpreted by our talented artists, illustrators and cartoonists. Read more ...

Beyond sexual assault and harassment, equity remains elusive for women

As shocking as the recent allegations are, it is important to also consider today, on International Women's Day, how profound are the other challenges confronting women. Read more ...