A new study from Denmark concludes that children who grow up near green spaces may have a lower risk of developing ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder).
Less green means more chance of developing ADHD in early childhood.
One advantage of the pandemic is that families rediscovered each other, did simple outdoor things together and most importantly, spent time away from their mobile devices.
We’re going to recover from the pandemic – it’s happening now.
But will we recover from the all-encompassing world of social media, connectivity and self-imposed social isolation.
They say before you can change a habit you have to replace it with a better one and now there’s evidence that experiencing the green of outdoors is a step in the right direction.
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