Research shows people and dogs were born to run

Scientists recently found that cursorial mammals, such as humans and dogs, have higher levels of anandamide, a body chemical that decreases anxiety and pain and increases feelings of contentment, after running, compared with noncursorial animals such as ferrets. The researchers think the mechanism is evolution's way of promoting endurance exercise in animals that were wired to hunt food.

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