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New study suggests dogs can help failing university students

A study from Washington State University shows that therapy dogs may help to improve both executive function and cognitive ability in university students under academic stress and risk of failure. Researchers assigned 309 university students to various prevention programs to assess the impact of the therapy animals.

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