1. Children who spent more time in nature during lockdown fared best: Study  Hindustan Times
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A study has found that children who spent more time in nature during first Covid-19 lockdown were likely to have lower levels of behavioural and emotional problems. | HealthA study has found that children who spent more time in nature during first Covid-19 lockdown were likely to have lower levels of behavioural and emotional problems.

Children who spent more time in nature during lockdown fared best: Study | Health - Hindustan Times

Children who were more interested in nature had a fewer behavioural problems than those whose connection with green spaces decreased, experts from the University of Cambridge say.Children who were more interested in nature had a fewer behavioural problems than those whose connection with green spaces decreased, experts from the University of Cambridge say.

Taking your children outside in nature for just 10 minutes a day could stop tantrums, study claims | Daily Mail Online

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