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Most Older Adults Are Wary of Mixing Health Care and Religion or Spirituality, Poll Finds

December 12, 2022


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Older Woman Speaking To Care Provider

New data from the National Poll on Healthy Aging suggests that while many older adults acknowledge a significant religious or spiritual presence in their lives, they prefer to keep their health care and their spiritual or religious lives separate. Researchers from the U-M Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation share additional findings from the new poll.

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