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Which Pets Improve Children's Health?

Michael Greger MD | August 6, 2013 | Health

Read More: blood pressure, cancer, cats, children, children's health, dogs, ear infections, foodborne pathogens, foodborne rabies, gastroenteritis, infectious diseases, lymphoma, pets, rabies, respiratory illnesses, respiratory infections

To my surprise, studies of the effects of pets on human health and well-being have actually produced a mishmash of conflicting results. For example, some studies show pets lower your blood pressure--in some cases more than drugs do--but other......

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The truth about cats and dogs (why not buy?)

Jess Parsons | April 1, 2011 | Animals

Read More: animal cruelty, animal shelters, breeders, cats, dogs, donations, euthanasia, kittens and mother's milk, pet stores, pets, volunteers

Our New Family Members After sadly farewelling our longtime family pets in 2008, we were finally ready to welcome some new furry babies into the house.  We wanted our cats to be friends with each other and with our children,......

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IN WITH THE NEW-- A NEW CAT COMPANION, AND SOME NEW & USEFUL KITCHEN ITEMS...

Bryanna Clark Grogan | February 26, 2010 | Animals, Food, Lifestyle

Read More: cat companions, cats, Danish dough whisk, dough whisk, English muffin rings, English muffins, jelly bag, jelly strainer, no-knead dough, okara, soy milk, soymilk, straining soy milk

Isis, the 5-year-old female tortoiseshell cat who adopted us recently:Isn't she a beauty? She's a big cat, bigger than our male cat, Ringo.Ringo (the one with his mouth open) in a typical pose, with his sister Tina, who unfortunately passed......

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SINÉAD: MEMORIAM FOR A BELOVED CAT

Bryanna Clark Grogan | February 21, 2010 | Animals

Read More: cats, companion animal, loss

Sinéad smelling the roses in her younger days. (Photo by my good friend Fireweed. See also here and here)Sinéad (yes, named after Sinéad O'Connor!) was 20 years old and the senior cat (read "Queen", literally!) in our house. She survived a number of our companion cats. She......