Air pollution causes heart damage

air pollution breaches legal limit

A new study has found that the hearts of people who live in polluted areas are weaker than those who regularly breathe cleaner air. Researchers found evidence of harm even when levels of pollution were less than half the safety limit. Current air pollution levels unsafe The current levels of air pollution allowed are “not safe…

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The state of UK public parks

public park

Popularity of public parks Over 37 million people regularly use public parks in the UK each year. They provide places for people to play and get fit. In addition to this they help tackle some of our greatest challenges such as childhood obesity and stress. Due to our increasingly urban lives they are also the…

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All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy

adult play

Adult play may be dismissed as waste of time by some but it is actually a vital opportunity to forget about our responsibilities for a while. Furthermore, it is time which allows us to be social in a creative and unstructured way. As busy adults many of us focus so heavily on work and family…

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Playground closures ‘threaten children’s health’

playground closure

Children’s playgrounds are closing at an alarming rate across the country. Hundreds of playgrounds have shut since 2014 with many more expected to close over the next two years. Widespread playground closures are being caused by ongoing budget cuts to councils. Furthermore, the situation could be even worse than it appears as dozens of councils…

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