Health Benefits from Nature Depend on Dose

Just published in Nature's online journal Scientific Reports is a fascinating piece of work written by a team from the University of Brisbane in Australia, alongside Kevin Gaston from the Environment and Sustainability Institute here in Cornwall. By looking at different health benefits as well as different dimensions of dose (frequency, duration and intensity), the authors find that, in their sampled population, there could be up to 7% fewer cases of depression and 9% fewer cases of high blood pressure if everyone went out in green, natural spaces for a minimum of 30 minutes per week.

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