Nature Is Medicine
Exploring how the simple act of spending time outside can solve so many of life’s problems
A grassroots movement of physicians are prescribing time outdoors as the best possible cure for a growing list of ailments. Can they really convince big health care that free medicine is the way of the future?
A slow walk through the woods has psychological and physiological benefits—and it could teach you a few things about hiking, too.
Ecologist Chris Morgan sensed that nature had healing powers. But it wasn’t until he tried forest bathing that he understood them.
Research makes a strong case for taking your practice into the wild as the weather warms—or at least your backyard
Can a grassroots movement of physicians convince big health care that free medicine is the way of the future?
Deep meditations in the woods? Yes please.
A new app called NatureQuant harnesses the latest research to track and rate your time outside. Next up: determining how much you need.
Oregon voters have opened the door to treating mental illness with substances like ketamine and psilocybin. In a peek at the future, our seeker attends a backwoods retreat where patients get help from a powerful combination of drugs and the outdoors.