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The bright side of life

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People who attend religious services are more likely to be optimists, says a new study from Yeshiva University in New York. Those who attended more than once a week were 56 percent more likely to be above average on that score. But said that does not imply causality, said Professor Eliezer Schnall. 'One could argue people who are more optimistic may be drawn to religious services.'