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Access to nature reduces depression and obesity, finds European study
by Arthur Neslen
The Guardian Translate This Article
21 March 2017
On 21 March 2017 The Guardian reported:
People living close to trees and green spaces are less likely to be obese, inactive, or dependent on anti-depressants, according to a new report. Overall, nature is an under-recognised healer, the paper says, offering multiple health benefits from allergy reductions to increases in self-esteem and mental wellbeing.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of health, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
Previous US research has found that that hospital patients with tree views from their windows were discharged a day earlier than those whose rooms faced walls.
An extra 10 trees on a Toronto city block provided health benefits to residents equivalent to a $10,000 increase in annual income, or being seven years younger, another study in 2015 found.
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