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"If to err is human and forgiveness divine, forgiving another person can pay off in major ways related to your health — so says a nationally distributed study that illustrates a clear link between lowered blood pressure and the ability to forgive. And, a Columbus [,Georgia,] hospital is helping spread the gospel.
" 'I think it's a good tool. When you look at yourself, what do you see? A free spirit? Are there things you're holding on to?' said the Rev. George Cofield, pastor of Green Hill Missionary Baptist Church, who's in the midst of a six–week course at St. Francis Hospital to learn more about the study, called 'Hypertension Reduction Through Forgiveness Training.'
"The research comes from Florida Hospital's Department of Whole Person Health, in Orlando. Its author is
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