Nature filling the vacuum left by disappearing humans Japan is home to many species of wild animals, including both black Have you ever seen any of those “what-if” documentaries that show you what would happen if all people disappeared tomorrow? Using computer imagery, these programmes show buildings falling into disrepair,Read more

shutterstock.com Many media outlets normalize transgenderism, but what about children raised in a home where a parent is “transitioning” to another sex? How normal are their lives? Unfortunately, these children may be advised to affirm the parent’s new identity or stoically bear the uncomfortable circumstances wreaking havoc in their homeRead more

July 22, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) — Approximately 15.8 million girls have been selectively aborted in India since 1990, the Population Research Institute (PRI) finds. The figure is higher than previous estimates, indicating that the practice of sex-selective abortion in India may be greater than commonly believed.  PRI’s new report Sex-Selective Abortion in India providesRead more

T cells (T lymphocytes) are a type of white blood cell that help the body fight disease. A cold environment, which is known to induce suppression of the anti-tumor immune response, was found to encourage cancer growth in an animal study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy ofRead more

I have a dream.  In my dream, hundreds of parents, doctors, counselors, and pastors are protesting outside children’s hospitals throughout America. They keep protesting, not just for one day, but for months. They march in front of Lurie Children’s in Chicago, Boston Children’s, Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, San Francisco BenioffRead more