By Yoga Journal
Spending quiet time in wooded areas is viewed as good medicine in Japan, and now this practice—Shinrin-yoku, or "forest bath...
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Japanese researchers have found that leaving the civilized world behind for a few hours could be the healthiest thing you do all day.
Forests are our treasures whose value to recreation, health and happiness is immeasurable. With financial returns from logging our national forests uncertain at best, how can we even think of cutting them down?
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