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Call of the Wild (we who love to garden already know this)

  • Subject: Call of the Wild (we who love to garden already know this)
  • From: "Cindy Johnson" <cidjohnson323@mediaone.net>
  • Date: Fri, 18 May 2001 08:12:35 -0500

Call of the Wild

If the great outdoors keeps calling your name, heed the call. It just may help you stay healthy.

Certain kinds of contact with the natural environment, whether it's a hike in the woods or time spent in your flower garden, may promote health and well-being. Researchers speculate that human beings have a natural bond with other living organisms, and nurturing that bond may benefit health.

RealAge Benefit: Taking care of your emotional health and well-being can make your RealAge up to 16 years younger.

(from realage.com)

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