Having a Dog May Reduce Your Risk of All-Cause Death

According to a study, conducted by the scientists from Uppsala University, Sweden, dogs may considerably reduce our risk of premature death.dogs reduce the risk of all-cause death

For the study, a team of scientists analyzed the data received from more than 3.4 million adults and found that people in multi-person and single-person households who owned a dog had 11% and 33% lower risk of all-cause death respectively than those without dogs.

The researchers conclude in their study: “Taken together, we believe our longitudinal population-wide design provides the most robust evidence so far of a link between dog ownership and health outcomes, although bias from reverse causation, misclassification, and confounding cannot be excluded.”

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