Monday, August 01, 2005

Physicians more religious than expected, survey says

90 percent of doctors in the United States attend religious services at least occasionally, compared to 81 percent of all adults.

If I'm reading this right, more U.S. doctors go to church (or temple, or whatever) as a group than most U.S. adults as a whole.

This, I think, is good news.

Fifty-five percent of doctors say their religious beliefs influence how they practice medicine.

Ditto...I think. What do you think?

Here's the article.