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Religion is rarely discussed in hospitals, despite its power to heal

Religion is rarely discussed in hospitals, despite its power to heal

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Religion is an important and influential aspect of our lives, even as we near death.

But a new study from researchers at the University of Pittsburgh found that religion is rarely discussed between patients and doctors in intensive-care units, according to Fox News.

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