Harvard Study Reveals non-secular Upbringing higher for Kids’ Health, Well-Being

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A recent Harvard study reveals that kids WHO had a non-secular upbringing area unit possible to be healthier and have a better degree of well-being in early adulthood than those that failed to.

The study, conducted by the Harvard T.H. Chan College of Public Health and discharged last month, shows a link between a non-secular upbringing and higher physical and mental state in young adults.

Researchers found that individuals WHO attended non-secular services weekly or WHO practiced prayer or meditation daily in their youth reported having a better life satisfaction and positivism in their 20s.

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