Dr. Marino Bruce joins the show to discuss his recent study that suggests attending church or religious services could help you live longer, and the impact spiritual health can have on physical health.
Dr. Marino Bruce is a research associate professor of medicine, health and society and associate director of the Center of Research for Men’s Health at Vanderbilt University. He’s also the author of a recent study in PLOS One that suggests going to church might help you live longer.
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