She said her faith in God had given her family strength during the difficult moments.
Dr. Stephen Sapp was first drawn to Alzheimer’s and its care 20 years ago. To help engage the societies, he held regular workshops and invited religious leaders to attend so that they could in-turn educate the communities in their geographic area. "The churches have failed their people," says ethicist and expert on aging, Stephen Sapp. "Specifically in the area of support for persons with Alzheimer's and their caregivers.
A sick toddler has made a miraculous recovery after receiving a kiss from Pope Francis, the family from Philadelphia said.
Religion may help women cope with breast cancer, a new study suggests.
Believing in a god may significantly improve the outcome of patients receiving short-term treatment for psychiatric illness, according to a new study.