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Greener play areas boost children's immune systems, research finds
by Damian Carrington, Environment Editor
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14 October 2020
On 14 October 2020 The Guardian reported:
Children whose outdoor play areas were transformed from gravel yards to mini-forests showed improved immune systems within a month, research has shown. The scientists believe this is because the children had developed significantly more diverse microbes on their skin and in their guts than the children whose playgrounds were not upgraded. The study involved 75 children in two cities in Finland, a relatively small number for a trial. 'But when we saw the results, we were very surprised because they were so strong,' said Aki Sinkkonen, at Natural Resources Institute Finland, who led the work. 'Our study can pave the way for new preventive practices to cut the global epidemic of immune-mediated diseases.'
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