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The summary of the book itself was thorough. I got a pretty good idea of what the original book is about. Although this is definitely an interesting book, it's not something I would normally read. However, the summary actually got me interested in the book itself because I want to know more about the details, methods, and numbers for the research.
The only complaint I have about this summary and analysis is that it needs to be edited again. I caught several minor grammar, punctuation, and sentence sense mistakes. I'm kind of picky when it comes to grammar so that's really the only reason I didn't give this a full 5 stars.
Brief books have condensed Florence William's book into less than 38 pages. This is recommended as a quick guide for those who do not have the time or patience to read the full book. This book explains the benefits of getting in nature. It presents just the facts and need-to-know information. I will definitely be spending more time in nature after reading this book.
Too much "alternative medicine" and made up words. It's no secret that walking outside makes people feel better. You don't need to sell me on "forest medicine" or "biophilia." I feel like their approach to medicine when comparing the West to other countries ignores the overall cultural impacts on health. It is more than our indoor lifestyle leading to poor health, it's the entire way we live.
It is pretty informative but writing is sometimes unclear, or worded funny. It lists many research questions being investigated but also lists some that have already been answered, and which were nice to learn.