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Intercessory Prayer <ul><li>RCT of 393 Science Of Emotion: From Neurotransmitters to Social Networks

Intercessory Prayer RCT of 393 cardiac patients at UCSF; patients randomized into two groups One group was prayed for; the control group was not Patients did not know whether they were being prayed for or not Over ten months, the prayed for group had fewer deaths, required less ventilatory assistance, antibiotics, and diuretics Overall, the prayed for group required less CPR, had a lower incidence of pulmonary edema and required less time in the hospital Source: Byrd, R. (1988). Positive therapeutic effects of intercessory prayer in a coronary Care unit population. Southern Medical Journal , 81:826-29.

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