Increase In "Deaths Of Despair," Menstrual App Claims Men Can Have Periods, Christian NHL Player Refuses LGBT Celebration

Top headlines for Friday, January 20, 2023

Deaths by drugs, alcohol and suicide, known as “deaths of despair,” dramatically increased among middle-aged white Americans in the late 20th century due to lower participation in organized religion that was preceded by a repeal of blue laws that prohibited commercial activities on Sunday, a new study from the National Bureau of Economic Research shows.

Allie Beth Stuckey was blocked on social media by a menstrual-tracking application after criticizing the platform for allowing men who identify as women to access the product.

A hockey player for the Philadelphia Flyers refused to take part in his team’s LGBT pride night commemoration on Tuesday because he said he needs to “stay true to his religion."

“The Horse and His Boy” stage production based on C.S. Lewis’ bestselling book opens at the Museum of the Bible’s World Stage Theater Friday and promises to appeal to all ages with its timeless message of hope and redemption.

The Church of England has announced its support for a proposal that will allow congregations to bless same-sex unions but maintain a traditional definition of marriage.

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