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Apr 25, 2022

Religious shoppers are less likely to buy such items when they feel unconditionally loved by God

Whether it is marketing a tea to sharpen thinking, or sheets that promote sounder sleep, the $10 billion self-help industry has always attracted consumers with products that promise to improve aspects of their bodies and their lives. However, certain consumers may be less likely to take these items home. Research from Duke... read more