Monday, 9 July 2012

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Babies in dog-owning families may be healthier
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A girl pets a Papillon dog at the 'Meet the Breeds' exhibition in New York

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Dogs are no longer just man's best friend: The furry family members may also protect infants against breathing problems and infections, a new study suggests. Researchers found that Finnish babies who lived with a dog or - to a lesser extent - a cat spent fewer weeks with ear infections, coughs or running noses. They were also less likely to need antibiotics than infants in pet-free homes. Dr. ... read more..

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