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Cities can improve our mental health by having more green areas

Exposure to nature could help prevent stress and mental health problems, a study suggests. Image: Unsplash/Adli Wahid

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Living in a city is a well-known risk factor for developing a mental disorder, while living close to nature is largely beneficial for mental health and the brain. Image: NeuroscienceNews.com
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