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GROWING UP WITH A DOG COULD REDUCE YOUR CHANCES OF GUT DISEASE - STUDY

1 month ago   |   By Animal Health Institute

WE'VE LONG KNOWN the myriad health benefits of owning a dog, from improved mental well-being to healthier aging. Specifically for children, studies find that dog ownership correlates with reduced anxiety and decreased response to stress. Now, there's another reason to adopt: It could help your gut health.
New research suggests living with a dog may yield a surprising benefit to children: improved gut health. Williams Turpin , lead author and a research associate with Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, presented the findings on Monday during the Digestive Disease Week conference in San...
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