A new study claims couples who reported having sex once a week also reported being happy compared to those who had sex less frequently.
When people feel intense emotions, such as happiness, the emotions can trigger tears, a study reported.
If various reports are to be believed, Americans are going to spend about $550 million on self-help books and more than $1 billion on motivational speakers. Evidently this means that everyone is on a quest for happiness.
Lack of facial expression leads to perception of unhappiness, according to a new study. The reason stated is that people with facial paralysis can't communicate in the universal language of facial expression, hence are perceived as being less happy.
Happy wives are more important than happy husbands when it comes to keeping a marriage intact, according to a new study.
DNA might be responsible for Danish happiness, according to a new study.
Money can buy happiness, according to Americans.
Children who play outdoors are happier and smarter than those who stick to television and video games.
Marriage bliss lasts for only two-and-a-half years, a new study suggests.
Inching into your lover's personal bed space might be annoying, but new research reveals couples who sleep very close to each other are actually the happiest compared to those who just sleep close to each other.
Don't be too quick to laugh at bad jokes because new research reveals that the human brain is hardwired to recognize fake laughter.
Thinking about money may make you a worse parent. New research reveals that the idea of parenting is less meaningful when people think about finances.
If you plan to pair up two friends up for a date, you should definitely go ahead with that as it will pay off in happiness for you.
Feeling depressed? Go buy something.
In a new study, researchers reported that people who enjoyed life more tended to have better physical functions as they aged.
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.