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Religious devotion does not impact abortion decisions of young unwed women

...lvement, frequency of prayer and perception of religion's importance. Adamczyk said that this may be partially explained by the evidence that personal religiosity delays the timing of first sex, thereby shortening the period of time in which religious women are sexually active outside of marriage. Despite th...

Psychiatrists: Least religious but most interested in patients' religion

...iversity of Chicago. "In the past, manuals of psychiatry tended to identify religiosity with mental illness. Now they distinguish normal religious and spiritual id... illness." "Moreover," he added, "several recent studies have found that religiosity is often associated with improved mental health outcomes such as quicker re...

Religiosity May Be Instrumental In Preventing The Spread Of HIV-AIDS

...it research organization. The study measured religiosity by asking people to report how important religion ... study did not identify what specific component of religiosity made a difference in sexual activity. However, he ...se are some significant findings about the role of religiosity in the lives of people who are HIV-positive,” said...

Nurses Ease the Wounded Heart

...can-American Spiritual)—JHUSON faculty members Fannie Gaston-Johansson, PhD, RN and Victoria Mock, DNSc and colleagues have found the spirituality and religiosity that play prominently in African-American culture can influence health practices, beliefs, and outcomes. In a study among African-American women under...

Understanding Stress Triggers for African Americans

...wned businesses' sales and the poverty rate) and by death factors (the infant death rate and the homicide rate). But their research also reported that religiosity served as a buffer and reduced the impact of the stressors. For African American businesses, we may need to study further the relationship betwe...

Iraqi’s Gripped with Insecurit

...ked among the world's highest in terms of the rejection of atheists as political leaders. Kurdish Iraqis also exhibited internationally high levels of religiosity and adherence to traditional values, albeit less than their Arab compatriots. What are the implications of this new data for democracy in Iraq? ...

Loneliness Peaks In 40-year-olds

...er insight into the causes of loneliness and support efforts to reduce health issues caused by the problem." Main Article: Social capital, age and religiosity in people who are lonely. William Lauder, University of Dundee, UK; Kerry Mummery, Central Queensland University, Australia; Siobhan Sharkey, Universi...
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