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Vermont Deficit Disorder

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Published on Feb 28, 2013

Scientists have determined that shushing about the backcountry of Vermont offers a state that transcends relaxation. New research supports the contention that spending time in The Green Mountain state helps control negative stress, obesity, perhaps even heart disease and dementia. The Vermont air stimulates our ability to pay attention, think clearly and be more creative. The health outcomes from outdoor exercise in Vermont include boosting of mood, memory and empathy, and reduction of anger, confusion, depression and blood pressure.

Special thanks to the Vermont Historical Society (http://www.vermonthistory.org)

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