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Squirrels and stroke treatment: What’s the connection?

The process by which the brains of ground squirrels are protected against low oxygen during hibernation could lead to a new treatment for ischemic stroke.

Your dog could help you live longer

Your pooch is not just great company. A new study finds that our four-legged friends could reduce the likelihood of premature death.

Bugs in the basement? Here’s why

A new study of arthropods in 50 U.S. homes suggests that their diversity is influenced more by access to the outdoors than the behavior of human residents.

Six surprising health risks in your home

The home is a safe haven, but are we aware of the health risks hidden in its nooks and crannies? Here we investigate the less obvious domestic hazards.

How does rabies cause aggression?

New research investigates the molecular mechanism that allows the rabies virus to induce aggressive behavior in the infected host.

Caring for a sick pet can increase anxiety, depression

A pioneering study looks at the impact of caregiver burden among owners of sick animals. The results point to elevated stress and poorer quality of life.

Should you snuggle with your dog at night?

A new study investigates the divisive question: should you sleep with your dog? The answer is twofold: yes, but your own bed should be off-limits.

Should you snuggle with your dog at night?

A new study investigates the divisive question: should you sleep with your dog? The answer is twofold: yes, but your own bed should be off-limits.

Pictures of cute animals may boost marital satisfaction

Learning to associate spouses with unrelated positive stimuli – such as pictures of puppies – could help to improve marital satisfaction, study suggests.

Pictures of cute animals may boost marital satisfaction

Learning to associate spouses with unrelated positive stimuli – such as pictures of puppies – could help to improve marital satisfaction, study suggests.

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