Green Spaces May Lower Risk for Several Cancers

According to a study that monitored 144,427 adults who resided in the same city for 20 years, those who lived in neighborhoods with more greenery had a lower risk for cancer of the lung, bladder, breast, prostate, and skin. The findings suggest that increasing the amount of green space in urban environments could reduce the overall incidence of several cancers. Environmental Research, September 2022

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