What's Hot Friday: Religion, Perfume
Every day on Live at 3:00, we have a segment called “What’s Hot,” where we talk about stuff that really is hot, and we have you talking.
Friday on Live at 3:00, Newsradio 620 WTMJ’s Jeff Wagner and Susie Falk from Falk Group appeared to talk about whether religion can extend your life.
An article from HealthDay News says attending a weekly religious service, regardless of your faith, may lower your risk of death by 20 percent compared to people who don’t attend services.
The article is based on a study from the Psychology and Health journal.
The study says attending religious services lowers the risk of death, but it doesn’t improve the risk of death from cardiovascular disease or improve heart outcomes.
They also discussed a woman in Detroit who is suing her employer because a co-worker wears too much perfume.
This raises the question of employee freedoms in the workplace and where the line should be drawn.
This is based on an article from Detroit News.
The woman claims her co-workers perform makes it difficult for her to breathe and impossible for her to do her job.
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