Seeing greenery linked to less intense and frequent cravings

A robust civic commons is necessary for public health.

“Researchers say the findings add to evidence that points to the need to protect and invest in green spaces within towns and cities, in order to maximize the public health benefits they may afford.”

New research from University of Plymouth finds even just seeing green space from your home is associated with reduced cravings for alcohol, cigarettes and harmful foods.


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