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NIH Feb 13
Staying active is important to stay healthy. So is sleep. Learn more about healthy sleep habits.
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NIH Feb 13
Wake up and join the paw-ty! We will be streaming hero dogs-in-training on our until 3:30 PM ET.
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NIH Feb 13
Staying active is fun!
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NIH Feb 13
Big thanks to for spending the day with us.
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NIH Feb 13
is awesome and fun, but we're also here to talk about and how to manage it. Check out the resource page .
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NIH Feb 13
Feeling a little off but not sure why? You may be dealing with . Check out the signs and symptoms of stress, so you can face it head-on.
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NIH Feb 13
A service dog is trained to help people with disabilities. A therapy dog is trained to provide comfort to people in hospice, disaster areas, hospitals, nursing homes, etc. Emotional support dogs provide their owners therapeutic benefits through companionship.
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Eric Green Feb 13
Dogs are actually a remarkable species to study genetics! Their phenotypes are diverse, yet they are all one species. Their breeding is often precise and controlled, which makes genetics easier.
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Jolee Nov 28
pics of & waiting for us to get home from Granny’s house. Not sure where Ernest is! Any guesses??
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NIH Feb 13
Patients often benefit from pet therapy. Learn more about animal-assisted therapy for patients undergoing treatment at :
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Francis S. Collins Feb 13
It’s almost time for me to join ! Aside from being adorable, service dogs help reduce stress & serve as a form of therapy for their humans in need. ’s livestream of & dogs is on now, and I'll be there around 2:30 pm ET
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NIH Feb 13
There's lots of science behind managing . Roll into a clinical trial to help researchers gain a fuller understanding of why we're stressed:
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We Love Staffies Feb 11
Practising our cute pose for the doggy dating sites 🤣 🐾
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NIH Feb 13
Another big thanks to for helping to make happen. Here’s more about The Children’s Inn:
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We Love Staffies Feb 17
Pleading with Lady not to eat the rest of his dinner 😂 She ain't listening! 👂 😒
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NIH Feb 13
That about wraps it up for ! We hope you were able to get some PAWsitive stress reduction tips while learning about the important role service and therapy dogs play.
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NIH Feb 13
Here are some resources for teachers on helping children make healthy lifestyle choices to beat with a sound mind and body, from :
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Eric Green Feb 13
The dog genome was among the first to be sequenced! Their genetic blueprint allowed us to compare it to other mammals such as humans, and identify genetic factors that contribute to human health and disease.
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NIH Feb 13
is now live! Thanks for joining us. These adorable puppies from are just 9 weeks old. Learn more about how the puppies grow from babies to service dogs:
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🧔🏿Cain 3h
Just watched and downloaded an at-home-video when I was gone. Now I realize why my pup was roaming free in my home for that one and only time.
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