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10 minutes a day in nature could reduce stress among students – expert explains

Daily exposure to nature has been show to reduce anxiety, depression and stress. Image: Unsplash/Chuttersnap

Cally Wood

Lecturer in Nutrition and Exercise Science, University of Westminster

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