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Religiousness linked to improved quality of life for people with HIV

19:00 EST 30 Jan 2020 | AAAS

(Children's National Hospital) Adults living with HIV in Washington, D.C., were more likely to feel higher levels of emotional and physical well-being if they attended religious services regularly, prayed daily, felt 'God's presence,' and self-identified as religious or spiritual, according to research published online Jan. 29, 2020, in Psychology of Religion and Spirituality.

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