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June 12, 2019

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It should have read "Selena Guzman and her sons, Adrian Kempf, 2, and Alex- ander Kempf, 1, have fun in the Splash Park at Hornady Park in Pe- tersburg." Getting outdoors really is good for you People who live in regions where winters are cold often note the feeling of rejuvena- tion they enjoy on the first warm day of late-winter or spring. The chance to get outside and soak up some sun while breathing some warm air is a feeling un - like any other for those who spend much of their winters bundled up in layers of cloth- ing. The value of spending time outdoors extends well beyond dusting off winter cabin fever, providing long- term benefits that might sur- prise even the most ardent outdoor enthusiast. A 2018 report from researchers at the University of East An- glia found that living close to nature and spending time outside has wide-ranging health benefits, including a reduced risk for type 2 dia- betes, cardiovascular dis- ease, premature death, pre- term birth, stress, and high blood pressure. Authors of the report studied data from across the globe, gathering evidence from more than 140 studies involving more than 290 million people. Researchers cannot pin- point exactly why people who spend ample time in greenspaces enjoy better health. However, the ben - efits appear to be so wide- ranging as to suggest that people who currently do not spend much time in greens- paces should make a con- certed effort to do so. The following are a handful of ways busy individuals can start spending more time outdoors. • Dine al fresco. On nights when the weath- er is fair, take dinner into the great outdoors. People who live in private homes can dine on the patio or on the deck in the backyard, while apartment dwellers can make use of local parks for nighttime picnics or dine on balconies or rooftop rec- reational areas, which have become popular in crowded metropolitan areas. Roof- tops and balconies may not pass the "Is it greenspace? " test, but dining in such areas can be more relaxing than an apartment dining nook. • Get off the couch. Don't hesitate to get out- side when night falls. Spend time in the backyard or go for nightly walks around the neighborhood or in a nearby park. Say so long to televi- sion binging sessions, mak- ing healthier and more bene- ficial use of nightly free time by utilizing nearby greens- paces. • Go hiking on week- ends. Even city dwellers no doubt live within driving dis- tance of local hiking areas. Hiking provides a host of cardiovascular benefits and can make for a great, full- body workout. Researchers associated with the UEA re- port suggested that the prac- tice of forest bathing, which is popular in Japan and pro- motes spending time sitting down or lying in nature, ex- poses people to a diverse array of bacteria present in natural areas that may ben- efit the immune system and reduce inflammation. People who think that ac- cessing nature is helping them to stay healthy aren't wrong. In fact, making time to include nature in your daily or weekly routine can have positive and wide-rang- ing effects on your overall health.

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