Living On A Tree-Lined Urban Street Can Be Better For Physical And Mental Health.

The Washington Post (7/10, Mooney) reports according to research published in the open access journal Scientific Reports, living on a tree-lined urban street can be “better for your physical health.” The researchers show “the cognitive and psychological benefits of nature scenery” but also say it “enhances health outcomes” such as “heart conditions, prevalence of cancer, diabetes, mental health problems and much more.”

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— “Scientists have discovered that living near trees is good for your health,” Chris Mooney, Washington Post, July 9, 2015.

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