Question: What kind of diseases can Seventh day Adventists get?

Do Seventh-Day Adventist believe in medical treatment?

Seventh-day Adventists in prayer. In fact, Seventh-day Adventists have no issue with standard medical treatment but do emphasize a holistic approach to health, which they practice in their not-for-profit Adventist hospital system, with divisions around the world.

What is the life expectancy of Seventh-Day Adventists?

Life expectancy at age 35 for all causes of death was found to be longer for Seventh-day Adventists than for the California population as a whole (77 years for California women compared to 80 years for Adventist women, and 71 years for California men compared to 77 years for Adventist men)--an average of four-and-a-

Whats the belief of Seventh Day Adventist?

Seventh-day Adventists share many of the basic beliefs of Protestant Christianity, including acceptance of the authority of the Bible, recognition of the existence of human sin and the need for salvation, and belief in the atoning work of Christ.

Where do 7th Day Adventists live?

About seven-in-ten Seventh-day Adventists live in either the South (40%) or West (31%) regions of the U.S. Only about one-in-ten members of the denomination live in the Midwest, where Carson was raised (in Michigan). Seventh-day Adventists are extremely devout by traditional measures of religious observance.

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