Health

Teaching and Learning in COVID-19-Time

Teaching and Learning in COVID-19-Time

by Matthew Walz England declared war on Germany on September 3, 1939, just two days after the Nazis invaded Poland. It became a live question, with the Michaelmas term about to begin, whether universities in England should continue to carry out their essential task of learning. For at universities (and […]

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Be careful where you get your news about coronavirus

Be careful where you get your news about coronavirus

by Robert H. Shmerling, MD News about the new and deadly virus that appeared in Wuhan, China in December of 2019 is everywhere. The virus is now called severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) and the disease it causes is called COVID-19. Where should you turn for the latest information […]

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Coronavirus Not Created But Invented?

Coronavirus Not Created But Invented?

by Rev. Sunday Bwanhot There is no one holy like the Lord; there is no one besides you; there is no Rock like our God. 1 Sam. 2:2 The concept of God’s holiness is beyond our ability to fully comprehend. It is His character, indispensable and central to who He […]

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Buhari’s first COVID-19 address

by eCommunicator Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari has given his first coronavirus address to the nation touching on a myriad of issues from containment efforts, social and economic intervention and the way forward. A major takeaway was the imposition of a lockdown on two impacted states, Lagos and Osun and also […]

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Masque of the Coronavirus (Image by resprouk)

The Masque of the Coronavirus

by Sean Fitzpatrick In shutting the world in, coronavirus has brought out the viral quality of fear. Men tend to panic when life changes overnight and moves beyond their control. Pandemonium is never as distant as a complacent, comfortable people imagine. Civilized society is not immune from collapse just because […]

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Why Nature Is Therapeutic

by CRC Health Humans crave a connection with nature. From gardening and horticulture to taking a stroll through the park or hiking through the mountains, man has found solace in nature for centuries. But with a rapidly deteriorating environment, shortage of open spaces, fear of “stranger-danger” during outdoor playtime, and […]

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Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Coronavirus: Important Preventive Measures

by eCommunicator Share with the Lord’s people who are in need. Romans 12:13a During the wake of the most recent pandemic, COVID-19, we hope you are staying strong, healthy and are also taking the proper precautions. Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is a new virus strain spreading from person-to-person. It is currently […]

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An Italian citizen who worked in Lagos is the first person with coronavirus to be identified in sub-Saharan Africa. (Image Pius Utomi Ekpei/AFP via Getty Images)

Nigeria confirms first coronavirus case

by eCommunicator The head of Nigeria’s National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) confirms the first coronavirus case and says the country is more than capable of dealing with coronavirus as Africa’s most populous nation records its first case. “Nigeria is ready,” Chikwe Ihekweazu said. “We successfully managed Ebola and we […]

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Why are tomato prices in Africa increasing?

by eCommunicator Produced by Gladys Kigo, Video by Olivia Lace-Evans. Tomato prices in Kenya have skyrocketed in recent weeks, with some parts of the country paying up to seven times more. The price rises follow months of heavy rains across East Africa. But could climate change be contributing to the […]

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