Chronically ill benefit from religion

Religious and spiritual support improves health outcomes for both men and women who face chronic health conditions, psychology researchers from the University of Missouri-Columbia have found.

Religious and spiritual support includes care from congregations, spiritual interventions, such as religious counseling and forgiveness practices, and assistance from pastors and hospital chaplains.

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