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Spirituality and Healing
Religious and spiritual issues are of particular concern to patients and their families during a time of illness.
Medical professionals say there is no cure for Parkinson’s disease, but a French nun, Sister Marie-Simon-Pierre, has been deemed cured because of intercession by Pope John Paul II.
During a crisis or troubled times, it is natural for people to get angry and even turn that anger toward God.
During hard times, sometimes the best way to get through it is to pray. Now a new study from the University of Wisconsin-Madison has looked at how prayer can provide comfort from emotional pain.
Researchers have often linked spirituality and religion with a general happiness and life satisfaction, but a recent study suggests that it may not be the belief in God that actually promotes well-
In a popular 1994 essay “Why Strict Churches are Strong”, economist Laurence Iannaccone asserted that people choose strict religions because of the quantifiable benefits that occur both in this lif
Many alternative therapies emphasize healing from a holistic perspective, meaning a combination of mind, body and spirituality.
Despite much controversy and a pending lawsuit, the federally-recognized “National Day of Prayer” is being held today – a tradition that dates back to 1952.
March is Spiritual Wellness Month, a time of awareness of the values and beliefs that provide purpose in our lives.
A new study conducted among pediatricians and pediatric oncologists shows that families and patients, not physicians, most often raise the issue of prayer in situations involving serious illness.
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