Owning a dog can improve your heart health  sciencefocus.comView full coverage on Google News
A study has found having a dog can help improve cardiovascular outcomes, especially for heart attack and stroke survivors living alone.A study has found having a dog can help improve cardiovascular outcomes, especially for heart attack and stroke survivors living alone.

Owning a dog can improve your heart health - BBC Science Focus Magazine

If prolonging your time on Earth is a big priority for you, adopting a four-legged friend could help in a big way. A new study that takes into account many decades of research on overall health and pet ownership reveals that people who own dogs enjoy a 24% reduction in overall mortality.If prolonging your time on Earth is a big priority for you, adopting a four-legged friend could help in a big way. A new study that takes into account many decades of research on overall health and…

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A recent study conducted in Sweden found the risk of death for dog owners returning home from hospital after a stroke or heart attack was significantly lower than those who didn't come home to a face-licking ball of happiness.A recent study conducted in Sweden found the risk of death for dog owners returning home from hospital after a stroke or heart attack was significantly lower than those who didn't come home to a face-licking ball of happiness.

Owning a Dog Lowers Your Risk of Death if You've Had Heart Problems, Study Shows

Dogs are not only man's best friend, but also may be the key to living a longer life, according to a new study.Dogs are not only man's best friend, but also may be the key to living a longer life, according to a new study.

Owning a dog may help you live longer, study finds

When I read Monday that a new scientific study, as well as a newly released meta-analysis, melding together the statistical information from a bunch of earlier studies, had concluded that owning a dog is good for you, my initial reaction was, I couldWhen I read Monday that a new scientific study, as well as a newly released meta-analysis, melding together the statistical information from a bunch of earlier studies, had concluded that owning a dog is good for you, my initial reaction was, I could

JOHN DeMONT: I already knew that owning a dog is good for my health | Local-Perspectives | Opinion | The Chronicle Herald

“Dog ownership decreases a person's overall risk of premature death by 24%. Also reduces a heart attack patient's risk of death by 33% if they live alone, and 15% if they live with a partner or child. Got it: keep dog, ditch family 😉 https://t.co/Xb6ZN2wGX6 #pets #dogs #aging”

David Sinclair, PhD AO on Twitter: "Dog ownership decreases a person's overall risk of premature death by 24%. Also reduces a heart attack patient's risk of death by 33% if they live alone, and 15% if they live with a partner or child. Got it: keep dog, ditch family 😉 https://t.co/Xb6ZN2wGX6 #pets #dogs #aging… https://t.co/L9Py8drJnR"

“Your chance of dying after a heart attack drops 65% if you own a dog. The chance of dying after a stroke drops 27% https://t.co/xQzcdbxJPm @Inc @EntryLevelRebel”

Doug Cantor on Twitter: "Your chance of dying after a heart attack drops 65% if you own a dog. The chance of dying after a stroke drops 27% https://t.co/xQzcdbxJPm @Inc @EntryLevelRebel"

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Johanna Wagstaffe on Twitter: "Dog ownership associated with longer life, especially among heart attack and stroke survivors https://t.co/UrBt2RpQ0h"

“That doggie love though... my masonthemorkie_ helped me out in my segment today on goodmorningamerica as I discussed new study showing dog-owners had lower risk of death after heart attack or stroke than… https://t.co/2HFDwKjCqz”

Dr. Jennifer Ashton on Twitter: "That doggie love though... my masonthemorkie_ helped me out in my segment today on goodmorningamerica as I discussed new study showing dog-owners had lower risk of death after heart attack or stroke than… https://t.co/2HFDwKjCqz"

Prior studies have shown that dog ownership alleviates social isolation, improves physical activity and even lowers blood pressure.Prior studies have shown that dog ownership alleviates social isolation, improves physical activity and even lowers blood pressure.

Dog at Home Means Longer Life, Better Heart Health - News18

There is also evidence that dog ownership may have other benefits for emotional healthRead the full story and comment on TimminsToday.

CANADA: Dog owners have reduced risk of dying from heart problems, says researcher - TimminsToday.com

Almost 4 million people worldwide took part in the research.Almost 4 million people worldwide took part in the research.

New study suggests owning a dog will make you live longer | Newshub

*buys dog immediately**buys dog immediately*

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Don't get too mad at that new puppy who piddled on the rug or chewed up your favorite slippers.Don't get too mad at that new puppy who piddled on the rug or chewed up your favorite slippers.

Your Furry Best Friend Might Extend Your Life

Some cardiologists even prescribe dogs for their patients.Some cardiologists even prescribe dogs for their patients.

Dogs are not only man's best friend, but also may be the key to living a longer life, a new study claims.Dogs are not only man's best friend, but also may be the key to living a longer life, a new study claims.

Owning a dog may be the key to living longer, study finds

Forget warfarin: heart attack and stroke patients would do better being prescribed woof-arin.Owning a dog could be an effective treatment for cardiovascular recovery, according to a study that found the mortality rate among patients who lived alone but had a dog was 33 per cent lower than for thoseForget warfarin: heart attack and stroke patients would do better being prescribed woof-arin. Owning a dog could be an effective treatment for cardiovascular recovery, according to a study that...

Why dogs could be a heart’s best friend | News | The Times

Studies confirm that dog owners live longer, healthier lives. Natalie Parletta reports.Studies confirm that dog owners live longer, healthier lives. Natalie Parletta reports.

Canine pals could be key to longevity | Cosmos

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WSBT) -- Dogs are the perfect furry friends to cuddle up with at the end of the day, but new research suggests your pet can actually help you live a longer, healthier life. According to a study published ina journal of the American Heart Association,owning a canine was associated with a 24% reduced risk of all-cause mortality and a 31% lower risk of death by heart attack or stroke, compared to non-owners.SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WSBT) -- Dogs are the perfect furry friends to cuddle up with at the end of the day, but new research suggests your pet can actually help you live a longer, healthier life. According to a study published ina journal of the American Heart Association,owning a canine was associated with a 24% reduced risk of all-cause mortality and a 31% lower risk of death by heart attack or stroke, compared to non-owners.

Study: Owning a dog helps you live longer, lowers risk of heart attack, stroke | WBMA

On the heels of two studies finding dog owners have better survival of heart attacks and strokes, the American Heart Association has stopped just short of recommending prescription pups.On the heels of two studies finding dog owners have better survival of heart attacks and strokes, the American Heart Association has stopped just short of recommending prescription pups.

Owning a dog could cut your risk of death by up to 65%, studies suggest | Daily Mail Online