It is plausible that physical environments which promote good health might be important to reduce socioeconomic health inequalities. There is limited evidence that populations which are exposed to the greenest environments have the lowest level of health inequality related to income deprivation.[1, 2]
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Greenspace Health and Outcomes Framework (2010). greenspace Scotland, NHS Health Scotland and Scottish Natural Heritage.