Snoozing with pets may harm your health

11/8/2011 | KPTM-TV (Omaha, Neb.)

Research has found that people whose pets sleep in bed with them can contract illnesses from such prolonged, close contact including stomach cramps, bloody diarrhea and ringworm. While it's best to sleep separately, experts say that preventive care including deworming, vaccinating and good flea and tick prevention can help stop the transmission of disease between owners and pets.

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