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ntion, found that keeping animals could cut the risk of developing the relatively common cancer of the immune system, non-Hodgkins lymphoma, by almost one third."The

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idea that pets and good health are associated goes back 20 years or more," says Dr June McNicholas, a psychologist who has researched the relationship between people

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ker Medical Research Institute in Australia studied 6,000 people and found that those who kept animals had lower ▓blood pressure and lower cholesterol - a▓n

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developing cardiovascular▓ diseases.Pets boost the immune systemThis ▓month, a study by researchers from Stanford University▓ and the University of Californ

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lar exposur▓e to a cat or a dog could reduce one's chance of developing non-Hodgkins lymphoma. It is thought that exposure to▓ allergens - from cats and dogs - could boost the immune system.The immune-boosting power of pets is something that McNicholas has also investigated. In 200

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found that children aged from 5 to 7 from pet-owning households attended school for ▓three weeks more

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