Article about religion and health in Time Magazine

Dear everybody, I think this comprehensive cover article from Time Magazine will be of interest to you. Best regards, Niels Christian

Religion and reduced cancer risk – What is the explanation? A review

Religion and reduced cancer risk – What is the explanation? A review. European Journal of Cancer , Volume 44 , Issue 17 , Pages 2573 – 2579. A . Hoff , C . Johannessen-Henry , L . Ross , N . Hvidt , C . Johansen Abstract Several studies of members of Christian religious communities have shown […]

Social inequality and incidence of and survival from tumours of the central nervous system in a population-based study in Denmark, 1994–2003

Social inequality and incidence of and survival from tumours of the central nervous system in a population-based study in Denmark, 1994–2003 . European Journal of Cancer , Volume 44 , Issue 14 , Pages 2050 – 2057.   L . Schmidt , H . Nielsen , S . Schmiedel , C . Johansen Abstract We investigated the […]

The importance of spiritual well-being for cancer patients’ quality of life

The importance of spiritual well-being for cancer patients’ quality of life: MSc in psychology Christina Gundgaard Pedersen & professor Bobby Zachariae. Aarhus University Hospital, Department of oncology, Psyco-Oncology Research Unit. Ugeskrift for Læger 2008; 170 (10):847 Research indicates unmet religious and spiritual needs among cancer patients both internationally and in a secular society like Denmark. Obtaining […]

Existential and religious issues when admitted to hospital in a secular society: Patterns of change

la Cour, Peter. “Existential and religious issues when admitted to hospital in a secular society: Patterns of change.” Mental Health, Religion & Culture 11, vol 8 (2008): 769 – 782. 

Danish patients intensify their existential thoughts and religious life

Read the article Existential thoughts and religious life of Danish patients in Ugeskrift for Læger nr. 21/2008. Summary: Introduction: The purpose of this investigation is to determine whether Danish patients have existential and religious thoughts and if these thoughts are intensified by illness and hospital admittance. Furthermore, we wish to investigate if patients have a higher degree […]