Dogs as college therapists are on the rise in North America; study finds they help stressed out students feel better

(Natural News) Therapy dogs are popular when used to provide assistance and comfort to children, patients, and seniors. But there are also universities that have implemented programs wherein therapy dogs and their handlers visit campuses — although the efficacy of such programs has not been well-documented. One study, published in the journal Stress and Health, evaluated the…

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