04 January 2020

Owning a dog may lower risk of early death

How could a canine companion help you live longer?

Researchers have finally come to the conclusion that having a canine companion could lower your risk of early death

A study was conducted with almost 4 million people, and spanned over 70 years.

Another study also discovered that people who owned dogs had improved health after experiencing major cardiovascular events, like heart attacks or strokes.

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