Pets teach children to control diabetes

Researchers from the University of Texas did an experiment and proved that caring for Pets helps children with diabetes to adapt to their disease and learn how to better control blood sugar levels. This reports Zee News.

28 adolescents 10-17 years in the experiment were fed the fish every day, morning and evening. At the same time they were supposed to measure the level of sugar in the blood. After three months in the group with Pets indicator glycated hemoglobin decreased by 0.5% in the control group it increased by 0.8%.

The improvement of the disease, scientists have noted almost all children from the experimental group. Experts believe, care for a pet develops a child's responsibility, and this quality is one of the most important diabetes of the first type.

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