"The findings of the largest-ever investigation of the association between dog-ownership and human health should encourage all of us to add a four-legged friend in our family circle", she said. The Swedish study, which tracked more than 3.4 million people, as Time reported, found that folks who have dogs reduce their risk of death by 11% and cut their chances of cardiovascular death by 15%.
A Swedish research shows that the people owning a dog are less likely to face early mortality, especially those who live alone.
A new study says that having a dog may keep your heart healthy in the old age.
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A number of people on the ground in Okanogan County , Washington observed the image and posted photos to social media. Ramon Duran told The Spokesman-Review that he was running errands when he noticed the jet drawing the male genitalia.
This was only an observational study, so it didn't prove any link between dog ownership and a lower risk of death from heart disease.
Researchers believed canine pets help to lower loneliness, which has been described as "akin to a chronic long-term condition" and linked to disorders including heart disease.
Here's to keeping your health on a tight leash: New research suggests that having a dog might boost a single person's life span.
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The lead author of the study, Mwenya Mubanga from Uppsala University, stated, "The results showed that single dog owners had a 33% reduction in risk of death and 11% reduction in risk of heart attack". All were free of heart disease at the beginning of the study.
"We know that dog owners in general have a higher level of physical activity, which could be one explanation..."
'Other explanations include an increased wellbeing and social contacts or effects of the dog on the bacterial microbiome (gut bacteria) in the owner'. During the 12-year follow-up, they found that dogs may be helpful in reducing cardiovascular risk by providing a nonhuman form of social support and increasing physical activity. But the authors of the study attempted to clarify the reasons further. Either way, the dogs are probably going to lick you all over.
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Canavero gave no evidence of the authenticity of his claims, but said he will provide a proof in the coming days. Valery Spiridonov, a Russian tech scientist, reached out to him saying that he was willing to participate.