Access to green spaces improves well-being, study says

04/23/2013 | HealthDay News

People living in urban areas with numerous green spaces, such as parks, had less mental distress and were more satisfied with life than those without access to green spaces, U.K. researchers reported in the journal Psychological Science. The study found the well-being effects of green spaces were present even after accounting for issues such as income, employment, marital status and housing type.

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