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> > Yes, but there is more and more research out there which suggests
> > that religious belief can have a positive impact on health (fitness
> > increments).
> > http://www.tcom.co.uk/hpnet/thank_god_health.htm
Again interesting article Frankie. It seems that religion
still is useful in maintaing good health. The psychological
basis stinks a little bit however, and should be replaced.
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