How Urban Green Spaces Can Have an Impact on Mental Health

Wednesday, December 19th, 2018
There's no doubt urban green spaces are more pleasing to the eye than trash-strewn vacant lots that have been sitting in various stages of neglect for who knows how long. But can transforming scattered patches of urban blight into green spaces also help to alleviate the blues? A new study conducted in Philadelphia — a city with no shortage of abandoned buildings and vacant lots, particularly in lower-income neighborhoods — finds that green space is just what the doctor ordered. Follow this link to learn more. Sourced from: Mother Nature Network