By Dr. Brian McDonough, Medical Editor PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Our mood can affect our health – and you might be surprised how it happens. For instance, when you’re depressed, your body produces more inflammatory proteins […]
Your happiness and health rely on a multitude of things. Physical activity, positive mind-set and sleep are just a few of those vital factors.
A new report out of Oregon found that getting along with others is good for your health in both the short run and the long term.
Sometimes you just don’t know how you feel. Moodies Emotions Analytics can help with that.
A new study out of the U.K. claims genetics might determine a country’s collective happiness.
When it comes to overall health, we could learn a thing or two from other countries. Many of these nations trump the US in life expectancy.
It seems success in the workplace is always just around the corner.
A new survey of college graduates found that “highly selective schools don’t produce happier people or better workers…” but there is one thing that does make a difference.
Prefer to cuddle or need your space? Turns out the way you sleep with your partner could be about more than just comfort.
That’s the latest research from the University of Warwick in the United Kingdom, which found that happier people were 12% more productive on the job.
Hate your job? You should probably read this article.
Want to feel healthy and happy? Move to North Dakota. Or South Dakota.
Work is called “work” for a reason, but who couldn’t use a little more happiness on the job?
New research out of the United Kingdom’s Open University claims the happiest married couples are those without children.
New research out of UC Berkeley and Northwestern shows that it’s more important for wives than husbands to calm down and keep the peace following an argument.