Mormons Volunteer Time Way More Than Average American

A new study focuses on the generous charitable donations and volunteerism of active Latter-day Saints in the United States. University of Pennsylvania professor Ram Cnaan and fellow researchers Van Evans and Daniel W. Curtis jointly published the study, titled “Called to Serve: The Prosocial Behavior of Active Latter-day Saints.”

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PEW Study Highlights Mormons / Christianity

Mormons’ faith, beliefs and practices translate to satisfaction with their lives according to a report studying members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the United States released today by the Pew Center’s Forum on Religion and Public Life.

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Health Benefits of Wine in Question

The story below was printed on FoxNews.com January 11, 2012 HARTFORD, Conn. – A University of Connecticut researcher known for his work on red wine’s benefits to cardiovascular health falsified his data in more than 100...

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Thomas S. Monson 1st to Make Top 10 in Most Admired

For the first time in the Gallup “Most Admired” poll history, the Prophet of the LDS Church made the “Top 10 Most Admired”. Many times the Prophet has made the list, but this is the first time he has made the Top 10.

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Mormons’ Knowledge of Bible Excels

A new study from the Pew Research Center shows that Mormons score among the highest of all religion groups in their knowledge of Christianity, the Bible and other religious information.

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UCLA Study Proves Mormons Live 10 Years Longer

Mormon men live 10 years longer than other U.S> white males, while Mormon women live more than 5 years longer than other U.S. white females. This from a UCLA study that has tracked Mormon life habits for decades, shows results consistent with previous views of the effect Mormon religious activities have on their lifespan.

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