University of Washington. Columns Magazine. Population Health Initiative: Where We Live, How Well We live. (3 of 4)

The built environment affects your health, mental wellbeing, access to resources and even crime rates. If you live in the country, near a park or in a neighborhood with trees, you’re less likely to have mental illness and less likely to have stress. Link to article.

Where We Live by Ken Orvidas

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