People who actively practice a religion may be happier than the rest, according to a new study.
A Pew Research study analyzed survey data from more than two dozen countries to compare the self-reported lifestyles of religious and non-religious people.
Overall, the researchers found actively religious people tend to be happier. The findings are part of a growing body of research that suggests religious participation has a positive effect on those who actively pursue it.
Read more at The Daily Mail.