nature health benefits

Communities where people see and spend more time in nature have higher levels of cohesion.
New research may pave the way for nature-based addiction treatments.
But according to new research, the antidote to those city blues could be as simple as a walk in the park. It's an issue that
Children today spend less time outdoors than ever before -- and it may be detrimental not only to their physical health, but
If you're struggling with stress, anxiety, or worry, get back to nature, advise British health experts. The mental health
The study, which is published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, involved data from 1,296 counties spread over
Studies have documented the mind's deep, powerful, evolved attachment to nature, and shown convincingly that even brief exposure to nature can refuel us mentally -- focusing our attention and replenishing the cognitive resources needed for everyday challenges.
"It's very humbling," says teen thinker Truitt Urbanic. "I feel very humbled and reminded that I'm a speck on a speck on