Study: Time Spent in Nature Makes Kids Healthier

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Whether camping, hiking or gardening, connecting with nature has many benefits for children’s well-being, a new study suggests.

“There is strong evidence that children are happier, healthier, function better, know more about the environment, and are more likely to take action to protect the natural world when they spend time in nature,” said researcher Dr. Louise Chawla, professor emerita at the University of Colorado, Boulder.

Chawla reviewed previously published studies and found that children’s connection with nature grew with time spent in natural environments.

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  1. It could only make children healthier if they don’t suffocate by inhaling carbon dioxide from their masks. Many children died after wearing their masks, especially when they made exercise or ran as children do.


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