Cognitive decline: pets could benefit older adults who live alone


Adopting a furry companion at an advanced age could prove useful in the fight against dementia, Chinese experts suggest.
Dog and cat sleeping peacefully together, best friends

… results show that pet ownership was associated with a slower decline in composite verbal cognition, particularly necessary for communicating, reading and writing; and also with a slower decline in verbal memory and verbal fluency.

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