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Can Green Spaces Help Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease?

A University of Wollongong (UOW) researcher will examine whether urban green spaces play a role in preventing Alzheimer’s disease. Professor Astell-Burt will collaborate with city and green space planners, clinicians and other leading international researchers to look at the possible benefits of nature for Alzheimer’s disease. Astell-Burt says that, while knowledge of the general health benefits of green spaces is growing, there has been little epidemiological investigation into green spaces in relation to Alzheimer’s disease.

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The Natural World as a Resource for Learning and Development: From Schoolyards to Wilderness

The NSF-funded Science of Nature-Based Learning Collaborative Research Network will publish a special issue of the open-access journal “Frontiers” on the field of learning and nature. The journal will be curated by Network members, titled “The Natural World as a Resource for Learning and Development: From Schoolyards to Wilderness.” Researchers are invited to submit papers to the journal.

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