When surgical trainees choose to work longer hours, the quality of patient care does not decline, a new study reported.
Whole grains and wheat products can help people maintain their weight and reduce their risk of certain diseases.
Sproutling created a new wearable baby monitor that can predict the baby's habits and behaviors.
A new study reported that casual sex does not have to be bad for one's confidence or self-worth.
A new study found that the effects of bullying can last up to 50 years.
According to a new study that reviewed clinical trial, doctors' people skills can greatly affect patient health.
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.
Researchers reported that life satisfaction levels peaked at $36,000 gross domestic product per person.
High blood pressure can go undiagnosed for years starting from adolescence.
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.
Multiple studies have found positive effects of family mealtime.
It may seem that a video game habit is just a waste of time.
Hawaii is named happiest state to live in five times in a row by Gallup-Healthways.
The researchers looked at two longitudinal studies that analyzed the well-being and other factors of thousands of people over the course of 30 years.
A good night's sleep is essential for a person's health, but it might do more than that. According to a recent research, it is linked to a person's well-being, their feeling of gratitude and giving.
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.