Green spaces help reduce socio-economic impacts to health in disadvantaged areas, says Public Health England

Public Health England (PHE) has published a new report to help local authorities make a case for maintaining and expanding green public space in disadvantaged areas.

by Dan Symonds
Green environments are increasingly becoming associated with reduced levels of depression, anxiety and fatigue - credit: Pixabay
Green environments are increasingly becoming associated with reduced levels of depression, anxiety and fatigue - credit: Pixabay

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