Two American doctors are drawing a lot of backlash after they penned an article calling for a compromise on female genital mutilation.
Nobel Peace Laureate and spiritual head of the Tibetan branch of Buddhism addressed a faithful crowd in Minneapolis amid concerns of failing health.
It is important to encourage people to think from God's perspective, according to research by Carnegie Mellon University team.
A sick toddler has made a miraculous recovery after receiving a kiss from Pope Francis, the family from Philadelphia said.
Children growing up in religious households tend to be more selfish and less generous than children who do not, new research suggest.
Guardian angels really do protect people who believe in them, according to science.
Don't offer your minister a beer unless you want him to get in trouble. New research reveals that people with higher levels of spirituality and religiosity are significantly more likely than their less religious counterparts to become aggressive and violent when inebriated.
Religion and spirituality promote health in different ways, according to new research.
In the collision between science and religion, bad outcome is not necessary every time. Scientists and general public are surprisingly similar in their religious practices, according to a new research.
Very religious people are more likely to think they're addicted to porn, according to a new study.
Brain connections may determine a person's religious beliefs, according to a new study.
Religion may protect your health, according to a new study.
People with greater life satisfaction are more likely to live "less meaningful" lives, a new study suggests.
The latest findings from a new genetic study goes against previous theories about the maternal ancestry of Jews from central and Eastern Europe.
Religion may help women cope with breast cancer, a new study suggests.
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