More green spaces can help boost air quality, reduce heart disease deaths

More green spaces can help boost air quality, reduce heart disease deaths

The number of trees, shrubs and grasses in an area – known as green space or greenness – can improve air quality, counteract air pollution and may reduce heart disease deaths. Policies that improve environmental factors also can improve cardiovascular health among a diverse population.

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