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"Scientists have discovered just how the “smell of the sea” is produced by a tiny marine organism that is playing a major role in the fight against climate change. The microbes are so small that about half a million of them can be found in just a teaspoon of seawater. But they are also so numerous – they are among the most abundant forms of life – that they appear have a significant effect on the Earth’s climate.", www.independent.co.uk
"Women who go to church more than once a week live longer than those who do not, according to a new study. Researchers at Harvard University’s public health graduate school found that frequent churchgoers lived an average of five months longer than those who never attended religious services and were 33 per cent less likely to die over a 16-year period.", www.independent.co.uk
"Women who attended religious services more than once per week were more than 30 percent less likely to die during a 16-year-follow-up than women who never attended, according to a new study. Frequent attendees also had significantly lower risk both from cardiovascular- and cancer-related mortality.", www.sciencedaily.com
"Going to church could save your life -- no, seriously! A new study has found that women who worship more than once a week had a 33 percent lower mortality rate than those who stay at home. 'Our results suggest that there may be something important about religious service attendance beyond solitary spirituality,' explained Tyler VanderWeele, a professor of epidemiology at the T.H.Chan School of Public Health at Harvard and author of the study, which was published Monday in JAMA Internal Medicine. 'Part of the benefit seems to be that attending religious services increases social support, discourages smoking, decreases depression, and helps people develop a more optimistic or hopeful outlook on life,' he said. VanderWeele and his team analyzed data from 1992 to 2012 from the Nurses Health Study and found that of the 74,534 women surveyed,14,158 went to church more than once a week, 30,401 went weekly, 12,103 went less than once a week, and 17,872 never", nypost.com
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