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Study Challenges Assumptions about Street Criminals and Religion

ATLANTA – Serious criminals co-opt religious doctrine to permit, and even encourage, their illicit activity, a Georgia State University study shows.

“Offenders in our study overwhelmingly professed a belief in God and identified themselves with a particular religion, but they also regularly engaged in serious crimes,” said Topalli, an associate professor in Georgia State’s Andrew… more »

Too Much Caffeine Linked to Loss of Bladder Control in Men

ATLANTA – Consuming caffeine equivalent to about two cups of coffee is associated with moderate to severe urinary incontinence – the loss of bladder control – in men, a Georgia State University doctoral student and her colleagues have found.

Nicole J. Davis, a doctoral student at Georgia State’s Byrdine F. Lewis School of Nursing and… more »

 
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