B@SEBALL will investigate how biodiversity in the school/playground environment can positively affect children’s health (asthma and allergy prevalence) and mental well-being and how this can be linked to human microbiome diversity. B@SEBALL will also investigate the opportunities for reducing health inequalities among children via biodiversity at school environments. Further, B@SEBALL will investigate how school and playground management and design can benefit from this knowledge, as well as serve relevant policy, education and family practices.
Keune, H., De Clercq, E., Lebeer, S., Leonard, A., Van Calster, H., Vanwambeke, S., Lommelen, E., Leone, M., Wanner, S., Aerts, R., Laprèle, F., Swerts, E., Groslambert, A., Vanmeersche, L., Spacova, I. & Heyman, S., 2021, 7 p.
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