New Studies Show Benefits of Dog Walking

Published on 29 Jul 2017, 17:44
According to a recent studies, people who own and walks dogs are more likely to meet the standard recommendation of 150 minutes of exercise per week. Studies add that dog walkers also have lower risks for high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity and arthritis. Dogs and people that walk together also are believed to develop deeper emotional bonds. Researchers often use the term “Lassie effect” to describe the wide-ranging health benefits of walking a dog.

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