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  1. Equine behaviour and heart rate in temperament tests with or without rider or handler

    Contributor(s):: von Borstel, U. König, Euent, S., Graf, P., König, S., Gauly, M.

  2. The human-companion animal bond: how humans benefit

    Contributor(s):: Friedmann, E., Son, H.

  3. Cow milk and human development and well-being

    Contributor(s):: Maijala, K.

    This paper reviews the hypotheses of the relationship between milk and human coronary heart disease (CHD). These hypotheses are examined and their original historic deficiencies are discussed. This is followed by the new and emerging scientific evidence to support, question or refute these...

  4. Health, aquariums, and the non-institutionalized elderly

    Contributor(s):: Riddick, Carol C.

  5. Integrative approaches for cardiovascular disease

    Contributor(s):: Guarneri, M., Mercado, N., Suhar, C.

  6. Paws and relax: one hospice's pet therapy journey

    Contributor(s):: Browder, L. M.

  7. Are Pets a Healthy Pleasure? The Influence of Pets on Blood Pressure

    Contributor(s):: Allen, Karen

  8. Pet ownership and cardiovascular risk reduction: supporting evidence, conflicting data and underlying mechanisms

    Contributor(s):: Arhant-Sudhir, K., Arhant-Sudhir, R., Sudhir, K.

    It is widely believed that pet ownership is beneficial to humans and that some of this benefit is through favourable effects on cardiovascular risk. In the present review, we critically examine the evidence in support of this hypothesis and present the available data with respect to major...

  9. Pain issues in poultry. (Special Issue: Pain in farm animals.)

    Contributor(s):: Gentle, M. J.

    This review highlights the possible pain experienced by layer and broiler poultry in modern husbandry conditions. Receptors which respond to noxous stimulation (nociceptors) have been identified and physiologically characterised in many different part of the body of the chicken including the...

  10. The human-animal bond: health implications across the lifespan

    Contributor(s):: Horowitz, S.

    This article examines the growing body of research that provides support for the many anecdotally reported health benefits resulting from the human-animal bond, including the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular diseases, cancer and chronic pain; benefits for paediatric and elderly...

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  14. Animals and cardiovascular health

    Contributor(s):: Jennings, Garry L. R., Reid, Christopher M., Christy, Irene, Jennings, Janis, Anderson, Warwick P., Dart, Anthony

  15. Animal-assisted therapy for improving human health

    Contributor(s):: Cevizci, S., Erginoz, E., Baltas, Z.

    Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT) or Pet Therapy is an adjunctive therapy that takes advantage of human and animal interaction, activates physiological and psychological mechanisms, and initiates positive changes to improve metabolic health. In recent years, this interaction is use to treat...

  16. The benefits of the Assisted Animal Therapy: a bibliographic review

    Contributor(s):: Pereira, M. J. F., Pereira, L., Ferreira, M. L.

    Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT) has been used as one more instrument in the promotion of health and treatment of some diseases. This bibliographic review highlights the benefits derived from AAT. Although the use of animals in therapy has been mentioned since the 19th century, only in 1962 was a...

  17. [Our non-humanoid contemporaries of cardiovascular protective value]

    Contributor(s):: Leu, H. J.

  18. The heart of the matter--cats and cardiovascular health

  19. [Lowering blood pressure and blood lipids, more exercise, fewer drugs. Prescribe a dog!]

  20. Heart-rate and the behaviour of sheep in yards

    Contributor(s):: Syme, L. A., Elphick, G. R.

    Heart-rate (HR) of 30 Merino wethers was measured by radiotelemetry in two environments: standing alone in a handling race, but in sight of other sheep; and while moving within a group around yards. Subjects were selected three months previously on the basis of each animal's reaction to...