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March 4, 2019
Spending time in forests, hiking in mountains, and just being outside can lead to significant health benefits.
Studies have shown that walking in the woods can improve blood pressure, boost mental health, and decrease cancer risk.
So go spend some time "forest-bathing" to improve your health.
Many people spend workdays indoors under fluorescent lights and in front of computers, then return home to bask in the glow of television screens.
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