In what is possibly the least surprising news of the day, pets have been found to improve our quality of life.
They’ve studied 17 international papers to determine the effect our furry friends can have on those of us with various psychological conditions.
And the overarching conclusion has been that pets can ‘provide benefits’ in those situations.
‘Our review suggests that pets provide benefits to those with mental health conditions,’ says lead study author, Dr Helen Brooks.
‘Further research is required to test the nature and extent of this… Read the full story