Kids Living Near Forests Have More Diverse Diets

A study of 43,000 households spanning four continents shows that children living close to forests have a 25 percent greater diversity in their diets, according to ABC News. The parameters appeared to apply to those living within 2 miles of a forest; researchers commented that the study results suggest that clearing forests in poorer areas to make way for farmland may not be the best idea after all. They also noted that living near markets and roads appeared to help increase diversity for...

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