benefits of nature
Exposure to Nature Improves Our Sense of Well-being and Ability to Focus And framing -- in which an object near the viewer
It's free and it's beautiful.
Taking in the splendor of mountains, lakes and sunshine can be a spiritual experience.
Now that winter is upon us, an estimated 4 to 6 percent of the American population will contend with Seasonal Affective Disorder
Research shows mountains may even help you live longer. Yes, living on or among mountains could actually have an impact on
ADD/ADHD may affect more than 2 million children in America. Studies have shown that the symptoms of ADD are reduced in children who participate in outdoor activities in green natural settings.
The lesson should not be “Green is great, cities are bad,” warns Mirko Moro, Ph.D., a lecturer in economics at the University
We now spend an average of 90 percent of our time living and working in sealed-off, air-tight, toxic, manmade environments.