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Eating a healthy diet full of fruits and vegetables is not only good for your body – it is also good for your happiness and well-being.
Researchers say that health and happiness can be promoted by sharing good news.
Experts have said that economic stress has played an ever widening role in the increasing death rate in the United States.
Early adulthood has many emotional ups and downs. Researchers have found that being creative can help promote positive wellbeing.
Family leisure which is spent at home taking part in familiar pastimes may be a good route to happiness.
According to a study which has been published by the American Psychological Association having a happy spouse may be associated with better health.
You may be familiar with the science of happiness, a positive psychology approach to understanding how gratitude, self-reflection, and forgiveness can boost your sense of well-being. But did you know that research suggests fruits and vegetables may hold the secret of happiness?
Minimalism can have a positive impact on your mental health, which includes your stress level and your ability to enjoy and appreciate life. This discussion of minimalism refers to a lifestyle or philosophy (it’s a toss-up as to which category it falls into) and not the artistic or architectural concept of minimalism.
When the new study from Baylor University came out saying that mobile phones can ruin your love life, I was not surprised. All you have to do is watch couples who are in an intimate relationship and how so many of them have made their cellphone the “other (wo)man.”
Water – more specifically buckets of ice cold water – has been making quite a splash across the internet these past few days in the form of a charity movement referred to as the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. This splash, which could be more accurately described as a viral tidal wave, has caused such a storm that members of social media websites have been divided into two distinct and very opposite groups: