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Exposure To Greenery And Graffiti May Affect Obesity

Research has pointed out that city people who are more exposed to graffiti on the walls of the cities and less to the greenery may be more likely to become obese than their counterparts living with more greenery. The findings // of this interesting research were published in the latest edition of B...

Lake Hospital System Is Now Lake Health

...also be offered to address the emotional, social, and spiritual needs of patients and families. "From private patient rooms that overlook natural greenery and streams to the latest medical technology, TriPoint Medical Center will enable us to continue to provide the most progressive health care in a natu...

Aurora St. Luke's Dedicates Rooftop Healing Garden and Conservatory

... MILWAUKEE, Wis., June 1 /PRNewswire/ -- A panoramic downtown Milwaukee view, lush greenery and a calming fountain greet visitors to the rooftop healing garden at Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center. These are among the sights and sounds awaitin...

Health Of Residents Is Affected by Various Factors

...nt families. It also observes neighbourhoods and housing conditions and other social issues to know what influences health. The amount of greenery around, safety of people on the streets, public transportation, and how well people know their neighbours were some factors found to affect health. Ho...

How trees affect sun exposure

...into account, say the Purdue researchers. Many apartments and offices have no tree cover close by - and could really benefit from the addition of some greenery to the surrounding environment. ...
Greenery in Biological News

Dinosaur from Sahara ate like a 'mesozoic cow'

... Sereno. Barely able to lift its head above its back, Nigersaurus operated more like a Mesozoic cow than a reptilian giraffe, mowing down mouthfuls of greenery that consisted largely of ferns and horsetails. Details of the dinosaurs anatomy and lifestyle will be published Nov. 21, 2007, (available Nov. 15)...
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