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City children have better mental health and cognition if they live near woodlands
by Amy Woodyatt, CNN
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21 July 2021
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City children who have daily exposure to woodland have better cognitive development and a lower risk of emotional and behavioral problems, according to a new UK study published in Nature Sustainability. Researchers studied 3,568 adolescents aged 9 to 15 at 31 schools across London over four years to examine the associations between natural environments and cognitive development, mental health, and overall well-being.
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