Published in Vaccine Weekly, March 7th, 2001
"Our analyses indicate that attenders did not all start off with such good behaviors," said lead author William J. Strawbridge, PhD, of the Human Population Laboratory in Berkeley, California. "To some extent, their good health behaviors occurred in conjunction with their attendance."
Several studies have found religious attendance improves one's chance of survival. Those who regularly attend services are known to smoke and...
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