Dog walking: An exercise incentive for older adults
Lynette P. Harvey, MS, BSN, RN; PhD doctoral student Sinclair School of Nursing - Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Future of Nursing Scholar
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This review will study the literature in outcomes of dog walking in promoting physical activity in older adults. Subjectively reported data showed trends towards dog walkers being more active compared to their counterparts. This may assist in improving physical and mental health in seniors.
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