Good news for all the shopaholics! Recent study reveals that shopping can reduce stress and even make you happier in long-term
The merriest season of the year can also be the most stressful. Knowing and understanding where your stress comes from may help you develop effective coping mechanisms and keep anxiety levels at bay.
The grocery store is a tricky place and we are bound to make mistakes there. However, with the help of some tips, you can make some smart decisions.
Can't decide what to get your boyfriend for his birthday? Should you get him a Gucci belt or a year's supply of toilet paper? While you may think that he'll be more impressed with the Gucci belt, psychologists say he'll actually be more impressed with the toilet paper- even if he's a brand-obsessed metro-sexual.
Feeling depressed? Go buy something.
Shopping in heels could stop people from overspending, according to a new study.
A new survey on unfaithful spouses reveals that wives who cheat spend more on shopping than faithful ones.
Study reports that people who shop for foods when they are hungry tend to buy more high calorie items.
Researchers report that teenagers in England might start drinking alcohol at earlier ages due to the lack of other activities.
The mid-life crisis is so common that it received its own term.
People who buy organic food are significantly less likely to be kind and helpful to other people, according to a new study.
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.