Potential costs are hindering some U.S. adults from seeking medical care for symptoms associated with COVID-19, according to a Gallup report published April 28.
Record numbers of U.S. adults report delaying medical treatment due to the cost, according to a Gallup report published Dec. 9.
Around 34 million adults in the United States know someone who has died in the past five years as a result of not having funds to pay for treatment, according to a Gallup report published Nov. 12.
GREENSBORO, N.C. (ABP) – A prominent North Carolina Baptist pastor surprised his congregation recently by announcing he is stepping down for medical reasons due to voice injury.
The language of love in action communicates around the globe, an 11-member Texas Baptist team recently discovered as they shared the hope of Christ in two Senegalese villages.
First Baptist Church, Jefferson City, help construct a medical clinic named in honor of one of its members.
A volunteer team of Houston, San Antonio and Brownville-area health care professionals treated about 1,200 orphaned children and needy families in Nigeria during a one-week trip
Kirby Smith has his life back. After years of struggling with clinical depression – what he calls “a hell on earth” -- the Virginia Baptist pastor has discovered in both medical and psychological treatment a way to deal with his disease.