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This Study Shows That Urban Green Spaces Can Boost Mental Health

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You might’ve noticed that you feel calmer, even happier, when you’re walking through a lush park or forest. This is no coincidence — spending time in nature has been linked to multiple mental health benefits, including stress relief and a better sense of well-being. Stanford scientists even believe a 90 minute walk in the woods can lead to a lower risk of depression

Now, a new study suggests that “greening” abandoned lots in urban areas could improve the mental health of city dwellers.