Religion Is “Crucial To Better Health”

A study carried out by researchers at the Universities of Leicester, Ulster and Sheffield Hallam – entitled Religion and Health: the application of a cognitive-behavioural framework explored the idea that “religion is beneficial to health”.

The conclusion says “the present study provides a reliable and valid model that may aid health practitioners to understand why religion may be crucial to better health”.

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