More trees on your street means fewer health problems, says study | Society | The Guardian

Residents report feeling better and having fewer health problems when there are more trees on their street, a new study has found.

An online health survey of 31,109 residents living in the Canadian city of Toronto was combined with high-resolution satellite imagery and tree data. The research was published in Scientific Reports on Thursday.  More below. 

https://amp.theguardian.com/society/2015/jul/10/more-trees-on-your-street-means-fewer-health-problems-says-study

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