Rising up with a canine lowers the danger of growing schizophrenia

When you grow up with a dog, the risk of developing schizophrenia drops by 25 percent, according to a study published in PLOS One magazine.

Why owning a dog adds years to your life

It is possible that the flora in a dog's microbiome, which can have protective effects, is passed on to small children. Sorry, cats do not offer the same mental health benefits. (As if you need another reason why life with a dog is better.)

Men and dogs: what is behind our 26,000-year partnership?

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