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EVALUACIÓN DE BACHILLERATO PARA EL ACCESO A LA UNIVERSIDAD EBAU FASE GENERAL CURSO 20192020 MATERIA Primera Lengua Extranjera II Inglés 3 Convocatoria Julio 1 de julio GRUPO A Are pets good for us or just hairy health hazards Many animallovers think a cat or dog can help you live a longer happier healthier life But does science support this idea The good news is this if you are looking for proof that having a pet improves your general health the evidence abounds For instance there is plenty abo…

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