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Study finds spending time among trees helps kids' brain development
by Madeleine Muzdakis
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8 September 2021
On 8 September 2021 My Modern Met reported:
Trees are critical to our global health -- they provide the very oxygen we breathe. Additionally, trees may also be very influential for our individual health, both mentally and physically. A new study published in Nature Sustainability found that children between the ages of 9 and 15 who spent significant time around trees benefited cognitively in several ways.
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... Other studies have proven green space is beneficial to children -- and adults. The new study's findings suggest trees may be an important factor contributing to these health benefits
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