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The companionship of feline pets may calm and comfort youngsters with autism.
People and their four-legged companions may share common exercise habits that could explain the diabetes connection.
At least 2,000 animals in the U.S. have been tested for the coronavirus since the pandemic began, according to federal records.
Animal friends offer more than just companionship.
The loss can deeply affect children’s psychological development, regardless of socioeconomic status or adversities they’ve experienced.
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The dog’s owner bought the ad to share the good news about his recovery and raise awareness about cancer in dogs.
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Dogs or cats can improve relaxation, physical activity and mood management for elderly folks who suffer from persistent pain.
Health officials believe pig ear dog treats are the likeliest source of an outbreak that has sickened 45 people this month.
One in three dogs will develop cancer during their lifetime, and pet owners are looking for treatments.
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