A new Pew Research Center Survey found that the majority of Americans would not want to live to 120.
Researcher reported that being happy without having meaning does not yield health benefits.
Researchers report that gender plays a huge factor in why men and women turn to alcohol and how it affects their mental states.
Extroverts age more gracefully than introverts, new research suggests.
International airports, such as LAX, have recently incorporated a dog therapy program using therapy certified dogs to help relieve stress for travelers.
Researchers report that having self-discipline and control can lead to an overall happier wellbeing.
Researchers found that interacting with PARO, a robotic seal can improve the overall quality of life for dementia patients.
People really are happier when they do the right thing.
Didn't think that getting less sleep was healthy, did you?
A new study reports that different work environments can either increase or decrease an employee's risk for developing type II diabetes.
Feeling tense and restless? Pop a piece of chocolate to feel better, a new study suggests.
Study reports that people who are generally happier on a day to day basis have better sleeping experiences.
It appears that sexual activity is a bit like keeping up with the Joneses – the more that we perceive that others have it, the more that we want it as well.
According to a survey done in the UK, men are generally more happy than women when it came to physical appearances and job statuses.
A new study reveals that xenophobia has no affect on the happiness of migrants. Instead, unemployment and health problems are the biggest reasons why migrants feel less happy than average, according to the study.
They may not be scientifically based, but the need for a solution outside of pharmaceuticals may encourage you to consider such options. When traditional medicine is not quite doing the trick, thinking outside the box and trying one of these options may bring surprising results.