Posted by: Sandy Steinman | August 29, 2022

Spending Time In Nature Is Good for You

HealthLine reports

  • A new study reveals the connection between nature and well-being is more significant than previously thought.
  • Researchers discovered 227 links or nonmaterial ‘pathways’ that benefit well-being, which researchers describe as ‘intangible contributions’ provided by nature.
  • While the majority of the findings were positive, some negative associations were identified.
  • According to researchers, the study findings can help inform practices and policies in ecosystem management.

Read more at Spending Time In Nature Is Good for You. New Research Explains Why

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