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.
According to two new reports, both Philadelphia and the United States as a whole are pretty happy.
A new study shows that Facebook may help people feel connected, but it doesn’t make them any happier.
Stress is a part of everyday life but how we deal with stress has a great deal to do with how happy we will be. Exercise, diet and even medication can help.
The index is based on people’s answers to questions about their health, work life, and emotional state.
A new study out of Oregon looked at 700 older adults and found that those who got along with their relatives, friends, and neighbors were less likely to report health problems and physical limitations.
The Declaration of Independence recognizes life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness as inalienable rights of all men and women. Is emotional freedom in there too?
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