Michigan Study Suggests Spending Time in Nature Beneficial for Well-Being

A study by the University of Michigan says young people felt better after spending time in nature. The study included almost one-thousand individuals ages 14-to-24, who responded to five text questions. Over 50-percent of respondents said they felt calm in nature with another 22-percent saying nature reduces their stress and anxiety. The lead researcher says the findings suggest being outside can have a strong impact on public health.