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Healthy Balance


People who live in areas with more birds, shrubs and trees are less likely to have depression, anxiety and stress. That’s the finding of new research from the University of Exeter. Those who spent less time outdoors were more likely to report poor mood, too, and apparently seeing our feathered friends in the afternoon is particularly beneficial. The results held true even after researchers allowed for variables such as income and age. This comes hot on the heels of other UK research which found that watching birds makes people feel relaxed. So why not invest in a bird feeder for your garden and spend your coffee breaks looking at that, rather than your smartphone.

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Get that #summerglow with the June/July issue of Healthy, which features the incredible Davina McCall on the cover. We’ve got a brand new natural beauty section, plus a summer body guide covering lean protein and expert fitness advice. Also, find out how to make street food at home with everything from Buddha bowls to cashew and coriander falafel. Plus! We ask: can a sun tan EVER be healthy? And do you really need those expensive trainers? Find out more in the brand new issue of Healthy.