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Green spaces slow cognitive decline
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Green spaces slow cognitive decline

Greenery in HDB estate

Living in a neighbourhood that is full of greenery could slow cognitive decline, a 10-year study of 6,500 people in the UK has found. The experiment found that participants living in areas with more vegetation experienced a slightly slower cognitive decline rate than those living in vegetation-sparse neighbourhoods.

With more than 350 parks all over Singapore, the Lion City lives up to its reputation as a garden city, with trees lining the sides of most roads and expressways. Seniors can also enjoy green spaces within their housing developments, potentially reaping the benefits of slowing cognitive decline.


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