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Is Green the Colour of Quiet and If A Walk Around the Block Can Improve Cognition, Then What about Camping?
Recent population health research in Canada and the USA suggests that middle-aged and older adults living in green neighbourhoods are cognitively younger than those living in less green (more grey) urban environments.
With the increased focus on person centered care, the conversation surrounding aging has been reframed. Presently the biopsychosocial model prevails informed by primary, secondary and tertiary screening to promote healthy and successful aging.