Interesting Fact - Exercise

We know walking is good for us, but it seems where you walk makes a difference.

(Various studies have found that urban dwellers with little access to green spaces are at a higher risk of developing psychological problems, but a recent study carried out at Stanford university found that volunteers who walked for 90 minutes through a lush, green portion of the Stanford campus were more attentive and happier afterward than volunteers who strolled for the same amount of time near heavy traffic. The volunteers were allowed to walk at their own pace, but they were not allowed to have companions or listen to music.

The results suggest that getting out into natural environments could be an easy and almost immediate way to improve your mood.

So, let's build more parks.)