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Exposure to nature could help fight junk food cravings
by Jacob Wallace
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19 July 2019
On 19 July 2019 Newsweek reported:
A new study [out of University of Plymouth, England] suggests a link between being exposed to greenery and reduced cravings for alcohol, cigarettes, and junk food. ... [This] new study suggests just looking out a window at a tree can help fight off a bad habit. It could impact public health programs and encourage planning for access to green spaces.
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