Religiousness is related to quality of life in patients with ALS
The authors studied quality of life (QOL) and religiousness in 49 patients with ALS over five consecutive visits spanning approximately 1 year. QOL was not significantly correlated with religiousness at entry. Over time, a significant relationship developed between QOL and total, public, and private religiousness.
Walsh, Susan M.; Bremer, Barbara; Felgoise, Stephanie S.; and Simmons, Zachary, "Religiousness is related to quality of life in patients with ALS" (2003). PCOM Scholarly Papers. 405.
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