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Your Brain on Nature

Outdoor activities can keep your mind and body sharp

Exercise your brain by going outside. A study shows that walking in a natural environment can give you better focus afterwards. Research also suggests that gardening can lower the stress hormone that’s linked to short attention span, memory issues and cognitive decline. Even the bacteria in soil may have a positive impact on learning.

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