Getting Active in Nature is Great for Your Health

The theory is new and far from proven, but research indicates that exposure to biodiversity like forests and oceans is good for us. And it may not simply be the perception of getting away from things, there may be actual physical factors in the environment contrubting.

This article was sourced from:

Jeffrey Craig, Susan L. Prescott, Science Alert


Josh Wolsky

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