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Forest therapy uses immersion in nature to help soothe frayed nerves and restore a sense of mental well-being — and has even been shown to boost our immune systems and help us recover faster from physical maladies. The modern forest therapy movement is rooted in the Shinrin-yoku "forest bathing" practice developed in Japan in the 1980s that has since become a central part of preventative health care and healing in Japanese medicine.

Kids can get wet when they’re playing in the snow, and they may be tempted to keep playing through coldness and numbness. Frostbite in a mild …