Contact: Diana Yates
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Caption: Numerous studies have found that short-term exposures to natural environments improve concentration and impulse control in children and adults immediately afterward. A new study indicates that even a routinely experienced green space is beneficial to children with ADHD.
Credit: Andrea Faber Taylor
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