1. Having a Dog Cuts Your Risk of Dying by 24 Percent, According to a New Study of 3.8 Million People  Inc.
  2. Having a dog may boost survival after a heart attack or stroke  Medical News Today
  3. Own a dog and you'll live longer, science says  Metro.co.uk
  4. Owning a dog is the healthiest decision I've ever made  Telegraph.co.uk
  5. Turns Out Owning A Dog Helps You Live Longer, According To Science  Scary Mommy
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Your dog doesn't have to perform any Lassie-style heroics to literally save your life.Your dog doesn't have to perform any Lassie-style heroics to literally save your life.

How to Live Longer According to a New Study of 3.8 Million People: Get a Dog  | Inc.com

Two new studies show that owning a dog significantly reduces people's risk of death following a heart attack or stroke, as well as death from any cause.Two new studies show that owning a dog significantly reduces people's risk of death following a heart attack or stroke, as well as death from any cause.

Having a dog may boost survival after a heart attack or stroke

Chalk one up for man's best friendChalk one up for man's best friend

Own a dog and you'll live longer, science says | Metro News

Puppies are good for the soul — and for the heart, it turns out.Puppies are good for the soul — and for the heart, it turns out.

Dogs Can Help You Live Longer, As If You Needed Another Reason To Get One | HuffPost Canada

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“One of the many tricks that dogs can do for their humans is to help them live longer — especially if they live alone, or have suffered a heart attack or stroke. https://t.co/QK2ds702bE”

Nicole Lyn Pesce on Twitter: "One of the many tricks that dogs can do for their humans is to help them live longer — especially if they live alone, or have suffered a heart attack or stroke. https://t.co/QK2ds702bE"

This summer I fell head over heels in love with a floppy haired blonde with brown eyes, who loves long Sunday afternoon walks followed by a trip to the local pub.This summer I fell head over heels in love with a floppy haired blonde with brown eyes, who loves long Sunday afternoon walks followed by a trip to the local pub.

Owning a dog is the healthiest decision I've ever made

A new study shows that owning a dog can help lower your risk of dying early by more than 20 percent.This checks out.

Turns Out Owning A Dog Helps You Live Longer, According To Science

If you've ever known in your soul that you need a furry four-legged in your life, you probably have plenty of experience with the surge of joy that can happen when a puppy is in proximity. Now, science is backing up your joy. A new study found that…If you've ever known in your soul that you need a furry four-legged in your life, you probably have plenty of experience with the surge of joy that can happen when a puppy is in proximity. Now, science is backing up your joy. A new study found that…

Dogs Help People Live Longer, A New Study Says

"Our analysis found having a dog is actually protective against dying of any cause.""Our analysis found having a dog is actually protective against dying of any cause."

Having a Dog Significantly Lowers Your Risk of Death, Scientists Say | Travel + Leisure

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Dog lovers can take heart from two new studies about the possible health benefitsDog lovers can take heart from two new studies about the possible health benefits

Dog ownership linked to longer life after heart attack and stroke, American Heart Association studies find - CBS News

A recent study has proved that having a dog can improve your heart health and will also result in a long life.A recent study has proved that having a dog can improve your heart health and will also result in a long life.

Do you have a pet dog? You have a happy heart and will live long - Lifestyle News

A new study published in the journal of the American Heart Association reviews several decades of evidence on the relationship between dog ownership and mortality.A new study published in the journal of the American Heart Association reviews several decades of evidence on the relationship between dog ownership and mortality.

Australian Financial Review

Some tips for living a long, healthy life: Eat right. Get plenty of sleep and exercise. And get a dog. That last item comes courtesy of a new study published...Some tips for living a long, healthy life: Eat right. Get plenty of sleep and exercise. And get a dog. That last item comes courtesy of a new study published in Circulation, the journal of the American Heart Association, which...

Want to live longer? Try getting a dog. | The Seattle Times

'Dogs could be a heart’s best friend' reports The Times, after 2 studies showed people who own dogs seem to live longer than non-dog owners'Dogs could be a heart’s best friend' reports The Times, after 2 studies showed people who own dogs seem to live longer than non-dog owners

Owning a dog 'may increase length of life' - NHS

Caroline Kramer, an endocrinologist at Mount Sinai Hospital, led the systematic review published by an American Heart Association journalCaroline Kramer, an endocrinologist at Mount Sinai Hospital, led the systematic review published by an American Heart Association journal

Dog owners have reduced risk of dying from heart problems, says researcher - Sudbury.com

A study out this week in the journal Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes, published by the American Heart Association, has found new evidence that dog ownership is linked with longer lives in their owners.We already know they make our lives better. Now, we know they make us healthier, too. A study out this week in the journal Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes, published by the American

Why having a dog is actually good for your heart

Cats may have nine lives, but dogs may extend the lives of their owners.Cats may have nine lives, but dogs may extend the lives of their owners.

New study finds dog owners live longer - Canada News - Castanet.net