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Why living near a park can help keep the blues at bay: study finds people who live near green spaces have better mental health

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07 Jan 2014

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Mail Online

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2534967/Why-living-near-park-help-blues-bay-Study-finds-people-live-near-green-spaces-better-mental-health.html

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