Monday, January 01, 2007

Bad News from Finland

The paper, To Have or Not To Have a Pet for Better Health?, in PLoS-One, reached the following conclusion:
Pet ownership was very lightly associated with poor health in the general working-aged population when using several health and disease indicators. Pet owners had a slightly higher [Body Mass Index] than the rest, which indicates that people having a pet (particularly a dog) could use some exercise.
The following solution was not suggested:

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

interesting. I love National Lampoons by the way. Thanks for the read. :)