Oldest Forests in the World
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It’s scientifically proven: spending time in a forest is good for your health. Research shows that the fresh air produced from trees can boost the immune system, improve heart health, increase focus, and even speed up healing — which is why the practice of “forest bathing” has gained popularity in recent years. That effect can be even more dramatic when surrounded by old growth, the type of forests that have the longest and deepest history on the planet. The next time you want to surround yourself with the goodness of trees, try visiting one of the seven oldest forests in the world.