There is a growing consensus that nature has many health benefits, from increased physical activity to mental, emotional, and community health benefits.
Nature exposure has demonstrated benefits for general wellbeing as well as for specific outcomes including anxiety and depression, as well as attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children.
Being outdoors is proven to help a wide range of physical health issues, including increasing physical activity in children, increasing vitamin D in people of all ages, and decreasing blood sugar for diabetics.
Parks and green spaces have social, economic, and environmental benefits for surrounding communities.
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