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ARDA Explores How College Students' Faith Affects Mental Health

College freshmen undergoing spiritual struggles may be at risk for addictive behaviors, a study indicates. The finding is consistent with a developing body of research revealing the complex nature of religion and mental health. Ahead of the Trend, a column offered by the Association of Religion Data Archives, explores new research on the association between an individual's relationship with God and mental health, along with practical implications for caregivers and religious communities. Read the article, "Faith 101," to learn more about helping college students keep the faith.





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