Urban green space, tree canopy and 11-year risk of dementia in a cohort of 109,688 Australians

Highlights •Incidence of dementia was tracked over 11 years among 109,688 adults. •Prescription, hospitalisation and death data was used for triangulation. •Associations were tested with total green space, trees and open grass. •Lower prescription rates for dementia in disadvantaged communities. •More tree canopy, but not more open grass, lowered dementia risk. Abstract Introduction Urban greening […]

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