Animals aid in educational, therapy programs for humans

Animals offer help in a variety of educational and health care settings, experts say. "Interactions with animals can provide emotional and physical health benefits for diverse human populations, including the elderly, children, physically disabled, deaf, blind, emotionally or physically ill, and the incarcerated," said Dr. Hayden Sears, vice chairman of AVMA's Committee on Human-Animal Bond.

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