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Edinburgh and Heriot Watt's team research cognitive impacts of green spaces

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References

TitleWalking in the park might ease brain fatigue
Media name/outletHealth Daily Digest
Date of coverage10/04/13
TitleSpending time in the vicinity of nature such as walking or strolling in a leafy park may alleviate brain fatigue, claim researchers
Media name/outletMedIndia
Date of coverage9/04/13
TitleStudy shows a walk in the park fixes a fuzzy brain
Media name/outletCare2
Date of coverage4/04/13
TitleBrain fatigue goes green
Media name/outletThe New York Times
Date of coverage2/04/13
TitleIt's a scientific fact, a walk in the park really will clear your head
Media name/outletThe Daily Mail
Date of coverage30/03/13
TitleParking our brains
Media name/outletThe Sun
Date of coverage30/03/13
TitleStress-busting stroll
Media name/outletIndian Express
Date of coverage30/03/13
TitleTake a walk and give your brain a break
Media name/outletThe Edinburgh Evening News
Date of coverage29/03/13
TitleEasing brain fatigue with a walk in the park
Media name/outletThe New York Times (USA)
Date of coverage27/03/13
TitleHow to reduce brain fatigue easily and naturally
Media name/outletEMaxHealth
Date of coverage27/03/13
TitleSwitch off stressed mind with a stroll
Media name/outletThe Daily Telegraph
Date of coverage20/03/13

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