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Declines in mental health associated with air pollution and temperature variability in China

“This study , as published in Nature (2019), has been authored by Tao Xue, Tong Zhu, Yixuan Zheng and Qiang Zhang. The abstract says: “Mental disorders have been associated with various aspects of anthropogenic change to the environment, but the relative effects…
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Green neighbourhoods linked to improved mental health, says study

The Independent newspaper reports (April 2018) that: “Natural neighbourhoods lined with trees, gardens, and flowering plants can be a green ‘pill’ for depression and anxiety, according to the largest study of mental health and nature in British cities. The research, by…
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The Centre for Urban Design and Mental Health

The Centre for Urban Design and Mental Health “curate and create research and dialogue to inspire, motivate and empower policymakers and urban practitioners to build mental health into their projects for a healthier, happier urban future.” They have a blog called Sanity and Urbanity  


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