|On the cover: On the cover: Nourished by the gigantic data and empowered by increasing computing facilities, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is setting us free from many burdensome routines. With AI muscles, we have become faster and smarter than ever. AI is reshaping the future of industries and our lives, enabling paradigm shifts in many disciplines of science and even paving the road to the metaverse. But scientists are still facing endless choices to navigate their innovation processes as previously. Meanwhile, collaborations are urgently needed amongst researchers from multidisciplinary studies. So we do hope the shared values of truth, righteousness, and peace can be cherished deeply to make our blue planet a better place for the whole ecosystem.|
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|Greenspace and human health: An umbrella review|
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|Author: Bo-Yi Yang, Tianyu Zhao, Li-Xin Hu, Matthew H.E.M. Browning, Joachim Heinrich, Shyamali C. Dharmage, Bin Jalaludin, Luke D. Knibbs, Xiao-Xuan Liu, Ya-Na Luo,Peter James, Shanshan Li, Wen-Zhong Huang, Gongbo Chen, Xiao-Wen Zeng, Li-Wen Hu et al.|
Multiple systematic reviews on greenspace and health outcomes exist, but the overall evidence base remains unclear. Therefore, we performed an umbrella review to collect and appraise all relevant systematic reviews of epidemiological studies on greenness exposure and health. We searched PubMed, Embase, and Web of Science from inception to June 28, 2021, and screened references of relevant articles. Systematic reviews with or without meta-analyses of epidemiological studies that examined the associations of greenness with any health outcome were included.
Yang B., Zhao T., Hu L., et al. (2021). Greenspace and human health: An umbrella review. The Innovation. 2(4),100164.