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Does Exercise Help Keep Our Brains Young: New York Times

Nature and the Environment: The Psychology of Its Benefits and Its Protection: Frontiers in Psychology

Take a Hike for Health: Small Doses Make a Big Difference. Seattle Times

Do You Need a Nature Prescription? Carol Sorgen Web MD

How walking in nature changes the brain. Gretchen Reynolds New York Times

How walking in nature prevents depression. Olga Kazan The Atlantic 

Nature experience reduces rumination and subgenual prefrontal cortex activation. National Academy of the Sciences of the United States

GETTING CLOSER TO NATURE COULD COMBAT RISE IN ANTIDEPRESSANTS: Young Minds (UK) The Voice for Young People's Mental Health and Wellbeing

Stanford researchers find mental health prescription: Nature: Stanford News

Exercise and ADD: An Expert Interview With John J. Ratey, MD Medscape

How Trees Calm Us Down: New Yorker

Neighborhood greenspace and health in a large urban center: Scientific Reports

Nature Walks Improve Mental Health By Helping People Avoid Rumination Medical Daily

Explore The Nature On Your Doorstep: BBC

How Nature Resets Our Minds and Bodies: The Atlantic

The Radical Political Implications of Spending Time Outdoors: Washington Post

Why Our Children Need To Get Outside And Engage With Nature: The Guardian (UK)

Walking off depression and beating stress outdoors? Nature group walks linked to improved mental health: University of Michigan

Walking in nature lowers risk of depression, scientists find in MRI study: Ray Kurzweil

Walking by Henry David Thoreau The Atlantic (archived article published in June 1862)

Exercise: An Alternative ADHA Treatment Without Side Effects Attitude 

Sunshine or drugs. Which is better for depression? Dr. Colleen Huber

Taking counselling and psychotherapy outside: Destruction or enrichment of the therapeutic frame? (PDF) European Journal of Psychotherapy & Counselling