Are Cats or Dogs More Protective For Children’s Health?

Are Cats or Dogs More Protective For Children's Health?

Subscribe for free to Dr. Greger’s videos at bit.ly DESCRIPTION: Sharing one’s home with a cat or dog may decrease the risk of infectious diseases in children, including ear infections, respiratory illnesses, and gastroenteritis. That’s Lilly at the beginning—is she a cutie-pie or what?! Protection from respiratory infections and tummy ailments is one thing, but what about cancer? See my video Pets & Human Lymphoma (nutritionfacts.org Of course it’s best if you don’t eat them—see my last video Foodborne Rabies (nutritionfacts.org Have a question for Dr. Greger about this video? Leave it in the comment section at nutritionfacts.org and he’ll try to answer it!
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Cat Health 101: animal.discovery.com More Cats 101 Video: animal.discovery.com The wild look of the Bengal cat comes from its ancestors, the Asian leopard cat and the domestic shorthair. It’s breeding can account for its intelligence and wild nature, too.
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