Working Outdoors and Your Health

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Stress Response and Outdoors Study
"Heart rate, blood pressure, and self-report measures provide the most convincing evidence that spending time in outdoor environments, particularly those with green space, may reduce the experience of stress, and ultimately improve health."
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Outdoors and Mental Health Study
"This study examined the relationship between time spent outdoors and depression among a population-based sample of American adults... Findings provide evidence that time spent outdoors is associated with fewer depressive symptoms."
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International Collaborative Study
"These findings indicate that there are likely to be negative stress and mental health implications if strategies are not implemented to encourage and maintain safe time outside during large-scale workplace and societal changes."