Residing in green spaces reduces risk of cardiovascular disease
Individuals who live in greener areas have lower levels of sympathetic activation, oxidative stress, and a better angiogenic profile compared to those living in less green areas leading to lower stress and reduced cardiovascular disease risk, according to a study reported in the Journal of the American Heart Association, online Dec.5, 2018.
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