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National conference on drug abuse in minority communities
On September 24-26, the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) will host (2001-09-24)

Dying patients give researchers new insights on care of terminally ill
Despite the progress made by the hospice and palliative care movement in the care of the terminally ill and helping patients achieve a (2000-10-03)

Religious faith and spirituality may help people recover from substance abuse
Among people recovering from substance abuse, a new study to be presented at the American Psychological Association's Annual Convention in Washington, DC, finds that higher levels of religious faith and spirituality were associated with several positive mental health outcomes which may help contribute to the recovery process. (2000-08-06)

Being spiritual may be good for your health
Each year, up to 43,000 deaths in Canada -- nearly 20 per cent -- may be attributable to low levels of spirituality, says a researcher at the University of Toronto. (2000-04-25)

Attending religious activities may help delay sexual activity, according to recent study
Parents who take their families to religious services regularly may be helping their children develop aspects of spirituality that are associated with the choice not to become sexually active, according to a recent study published in the April issue of the Journal of Adolescent Health. (2000-04-05)

Annals of Internal Medicine, tip sheet for April 4, 2000
1)Men Often Suffer from Incontinence and Want Help But Seldom Ask; 2)Physicians Can Learn to Use Patients' Spirituality in Their Treatment Plans; 3)Eating Whole Walnuts Further Reduced Bad Cholesterol in Dietary Study (2000-04-03)

Harmony and health explored during upcoming Women's Health 2000 conference - Saturday, March 18
UCSF experts and Bay Area women will reflect on attitudinal healing, spirituality, the signals of menopause, and social security during the seventh annual UCSF Women's Health 2000 conference. The all-day program, from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Saturday, March 18, at UC San Francisco, 513 Parnassus Ave. (2000-03-08)

Religion-Health Connection Claims Questioned
A team of scientists is warning against incorporating spiritual and religious interventions into medical practice. (1999-02-19)

UCSF Cancer Expert Helps Patients And Caregivers Achieve A Better Understanding Of A Cancer Diagnosis In Two New Books
We all have an untapped potential for emotional and spiritual strength that enables us to endure whatever life throws our way, even if it is a life-threatening illness like cancer, according to a cancer expert at the University of California San Francisco. (1998-11-05)

Hospital Chaplain's Role Is More Complex Today, Expert Says
The growing interest in spirituality and changes brought by managed care are challenging the hospital chaplain's traditional role in providing spiritual care to patients. Traditionally, this was the job of clergy but the increasing interest in spirituality has led to significant changes in who provides this care. (1998-03-26)

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