Computer scientists at Indiana University discovered a relationship between the number of social media "friends" and happiness.
Happiness can reportedly be achieved through afternoon napping.
Though money cannot buy happiness, most agree that it can relieve one from stress especially if it means capability to pay the bills.
Paid work plays an important role in people’s happiness and their overall life satisfaction.
“How I Feel About My School" uses emoticon-style faces with options of happy, okay or sad as answers.
Is social media use disrupting teenagers' bedtime routines?
If you want some positive energy in the house, you could try these simple tricks.
University of Alberta researchers examined two groups that showed that happiness increases throughout life, and mid-life crises are myths.
Surveys show that earning more money rather than valuing time need not necessarily lead to more happiness.
Good news for all the shopaholics! Recent study reveals that shopping can reduce stress and even make you happier in long-term
Happiness or sadness does not affect how long you will live, says the latest study conducted by researchers from University of Oxford.
Being happy or sad will not affect your lifespan, a new study is reporting.
Have you met some people who seem happier than the others? The team of Japanese scientists at the University of Kyoto seemed to have found the answer,
Scientists have found that grey matter mass in the medial parietal lobe contributes to happiness.
Scientists claim individuals who had more gray matter in their brains are generally happier in life.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.