Pet therapy offers emotional, physiological relief to patients

05/30/2011 | NurseZone.com

Animals are becoming more popular in health care as they provide therapy services to patients in settings such as pediatric units and cancer wards. According to experts, pet therapy offers emotional satisfaction as well as physiological benefits, including lower blood pressure and reduced feelings of anxiety, depression and isolation.

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