Green spaces can have positive effects on gray matter
from By Bob Kowalski
On beautiful sunny days, schoolchildren and working adults share a common thought: wishing they could play hooky and head to the park. Research shows that would be a smart move. Nature and green spaces boost brainpower. With the growth of digital tools in education, children — and adults for that matter — spend more time than ever looking at electronic screens. But the next beneficial step might be outside the classroom or office walls.
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