Green areas and water close to home improve children's intelligence

Experts from the Center for research in environmental epidemiology evaluated the relationship between cognitive abilities of children aged 7-10 years of age and living conditions. It turned out good ecology, trees and ponds around the house greatly improve the memory and intelligence of the younger generation.

Accommodation near woods, parks, ponds and rivers contributed to the mental development of children. They were ahead of their peers living away from green spaces, a minimum of one year.

Trees filter the air and delay in its foliage dust along with dangerous chemical compounds. Proven, poor environment affects the mental faculties of man, reduced to his creativity, the desire to study something new.

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