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@ Martine Lavallée BAA, TSA

For a long time, viscerally we know that animals have beneficial effects on us humans. You just have to be at their side to feel it. But it is only since the 1950s, first in the United States, that several very serious studies attest to the soothing virtues of cat purring. Since April 2015, a Japanese study has shown that the constant look of our pets causes the secretion of oxytocin in our respective brains.

This substance, commonly called the «hormone of love» is linked to happiness and social relations. It is secreted by mothers when they look at their children. So if animals do us so much good, why not get them?

 

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