nature & health
Gizmodo, July 2018
TreeHugger, July 2018
LiveTrainingNews, July 2018
EcoChildsPlay, July 2018
MinnPost, July 2018
The Star, July 2018
Spectator Health, July 2018
Yes Magazine, July 2018
ThinkPol, July 2018
ScienceDaily, July 2018
Forbes, June 2018
Visiting city parks can give your health a boost, but not all green spaces are created equal
Popular Science, June 2018
ADDitude, June 2018
The Korea Times, June 2018
MindBodyGreen, May 2018
Quartz, April 2018
The simple Japanese practice of shinrin-yoku could be the key to leading a happier and healthier life
Business Insider, April 2018
Nippon, April 2018
The Titusville Herald, April 2018
The Guardian, April 2018
A study by ISGlobal, in collaboration with Hospital del Mar and UCLA's Fielding School of Public Health, shows for the first time that exposure to green space during childhood is associated with beneficial structural changes in the developing brain.
UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, February 2018
We may be cutting ourselves off from the best medicine—no side effects
Epoch Times, February 2018
More and more studies indicate access to the natural, green world may also extend lifespan, Mark Cullen and Ben Cullen write.
The Star, February 2018
People who visited parks and other nature spots more frequently saw a small but steady drop in their stress levels, researchers say.
Healthline, February 2018
Researchers say the outdoors can help mute internal criticism.
Yes! Magazine, February 2018
ABC Australia, February 2018
MindBodyGreen, January 2018
New science seeks to quantify how wild spaces can treat widespread mental health issues. In the wake of a personal struggle, writer Annette McGivney gets a firsthand look.
Backpacker, January 2018
MinnPost, January 2018
Aspen Times, January 2018
The Salt Lake Tribune, December 2017
A new study discovered a connection between where you live and the health of your brain's amygdala.
Greater Good Science Center, November 2017
World Economic Forum, October 2017
A study conducted at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development has investigated the relationship between the availability of nature near city dwellers’ homes and their brain health. Its findings are relevant for urban planners among others.
Neuroscience News, October 2017
World Economic Forum, March 2017
Chopra, February 2017
Trees and green spaces are unrecognised healers offering benefits from increases in mental wellbeing to allergy reductions, says report
The Guardian, March 2017
Mother nature can help lower your heart rate, boost your immunity, make you sleep better, and much more. (Ain't she magical?)
Rodale's Organic Life, February 2017
WBUR, November 2016
A walk in nature is its own form of therapy
Business Insider, April 2016
We are spending more time indoors and online. But recent studies suggest that nature can help our brains and bodies to stay healthy.
Greater Good Magazine, March 2016
Difficulty level? Easy. Cost? Zero dollars.
Inc.com, March 2016
Stanford News, June 2015
The Plaid Zebra, February 2015
Research shows outdoor walks improve mental health
Outside, September 2014
Hard science is finally backing up centuries of aromatherapy wisdom.
CityLab, March 2013
Greater Good Magazine, June 2010
Science Daily, May 2010
What is the best dose of nature and green exercise for improving mental health? A multi-study analysis.
Headwaters Economics, 2010