Living near, recreating in, and feeling psychologically connected to, the natural world are all associated with better mental health, but many exposure-related questions remain. BlueHealth researchers have published a study based on the 18-country BlueHealth International Survey (BIS).
Blue Health researchers from the European Centre for Environment and Human Health have published the results of their study looking at the acceptability of virtual reality (VR) natural environments among people with memory loss.
New research, which brings healthcare data together with ground-breaking ecological techniques, could set a roadmap for refining pollen forecasts in the future. Current pollen forecasts, crucial for people with allergic…
Researchers have developed a swift new method that could help reduce the problem of antibiotic resistance increasing via wastewater systems Around 70 per cent of the antibiotics we take as…
Europeans spend more than £700 billion (€800bn) a year on recreational visits to water bodies – but perceived poor water quality costs almost £90 billion (€100bn) in lost visits, a new study has found.
Take part in a new experiment investigating how people respond to different digital nature experiences.
Current understanding of safe antibiotic levels in rivers may not prevent evolution of antibiotic resistance.
The award-winning image depicts bushy rainbow wrack seaweed found in a rockpool in Falmouth.
A joint study with Plymouth Marine Laboratory suggests spending time in coastal environments can benefit health.
The University of Exeter is one of the top five institutions in the world for research on green space and health.
Spending time in the garden may have similar health benefits to living in wealthy areas, according to a new study.
Smartline has been awarded £4 million to continue its research combining technology, health and housing.