Mar
27
2018

People have been traveling with emotional support animals for years, claiming they serve a mental health purpose. But the scientific case for comfort animals is very weak, according to this Prevention article. "These animals provide the sole purpose of emotional support," says Molly Crossman, a doctoral student in clinical study at Yale University who authored a study about how animals impact human psychological distress. Continue reading.

Source: Prevention, March 8, 2018.  

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