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  • Parsley biophilic clinic helps patients 'rewild'
  • Parsley biophilic clinic helps patients 'rewild'
    J Kelly Brito (2017) ©
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Parsley biophilic clinic helps patients 'rewild'

Parsley Health in NYC is has taken it upon itself to revamp the stuffy doctor's office, designing it with more holistic, natural biophilic elements in mind. Parsley is tapping a trend that sees people reconnect with nature – a trend that is postively impacting upon people's productivity.

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