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.
We all have days when we are sad about something, and it is quite normal. Not everything can go as we expect them to be. However it is imperative that in those sad days we keep trying to keep ourselves happy because happy people are also healthy people.
A new study conducted by the University of Melbourne found that children of same-sex couples are healthier and happier.
Researchers at Clemson studied how emotions like happiness, pain, stress, sadness and fatigue vary during travel and found that people are in best mood whilst they are bicycling, compared to other modes of transportation.
A new study reported that home can be more stressful than work, particularly for women.
Acting extroverted leads to more positive feelings across several cultures, according to a new research. People also report more upbeat behavior when they feel free to be themselves.
According to researchers from Ohio State University, there are 15 additional facial expressions.
Stroke caregivers are happier when they enjoy their own hobbies and interests, a new research has found.
A new study found that Facebook statuses can influence other people's moods.
Success of your marriage is in your DNA, a new research suggests. A gene involved in the regulation of the “happy hormone” called serotonin can predict the extent to which out emotions can affect our relationships.
Researchers found that when people cheat, they experienced a high that makes them happier and more upbeat.
Researchers report that fans tend to eat more the Monday after their NFL team lost a game.
Researchers confirmed that brain scans can detect emotions ranging from happiness to anger based on brain activity.
UNICEF's report ranked the United States number 23 out of 29 countries for children's satisfaction levels.
When you think of the happiest cities of America, where do you think of?
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.