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Psychology & Psychiatry

Study shows dogs may be able to sniff out an oncoming PTSD flashback

Dogs' sensitive noses can detect the early warning signs of many potentially dangerous medical situations, like an impending seizure or sudden hypoglycemia. Now, scientists have found evidence that assistance dogs might even ...

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