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How does your pet impact your health?
The dog’s owner bought the ad to share the good news about his recovery and raise awareness about cancer in dogs.
Canine friends are associated with a lower risk of death for heart attack and stroke survivors, especially those who live alone.
Recent studies on the link between pets and cancer go both ways. Here’s what to know.
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.
Apparently, the health, genetics, environments and lifestyles of our fuzzy companions could tell us a lot about human cancer risks.
Similarities between these two mammals may boost human cancer research.
Scientists explore how being a caregiver to a sick pet may affect the mental health of owners and veterinarians.
New research counters previous findings that implied that pets promote better physical and mental health in children.
A new report recommends animal companions be considered “a main source of support” for people living with long-term mental illness.
Cities are increasing their use of feral cats to eliminate rat infestations.
If your family is among the 62 percent of American households that owns a pet, read on.
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