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inherited genes wrote: ... The point is you cannot believe man's sinner dominated science.
There is another kind? How is what you quoted more reliable, doesn't it fit the same definition of what you just said could not be trusted? But you throw this study (and others) and know that your belief that this is junk science is scientifically accurate because? Why is important to discredit this? Me agree much junk science out there, just not sure why you insist this is. Are you a cardiologist?
Let me get this right wrote: Your experience with just 2 people is more accurate than a study involving scores of people?! Also check the article, nothing about hymns is mentioned
Two quoted more than that is available. The point is you cannot believe man's sinner dominated science. The hymn remark was what is know as sarcasm.
Listening to music to quote "boost the health of their heart" is utter baloney. If heart problems are in your family history - then welcome to the club. Listening to a tune does not adjust genetics.
"Although it has been apparent for centuries that heart disease runs in families, only in the last few years have researchers had the tools to focus on the genetic origin of heart attacks.
The hunt for heart attack genes is urgent because roughly half of the million people who die of cardiovascular disease each year suffer heart attacks. Nearly half of all men and a third of women will have a heart attack sometime after age 40, and one-third of those who survive one heart attack will have another."
I suppose the hymn singers are responsible for this article?
My father never did any exercise in his life. He spent four years as a German POW. And enjoyed probably too much booze in his younger days. He had a heart attack at age 59.
I on the other hand was a keep fit fanatic who used to run six miles a day to keep fit. Lived in a time when the health professionals told us to keep fit to have a healthy heart. Guess what = I had a heart attack when I was 59.
So when I read articles such as the above I immediately relegate them to the baloney bin.