By Makini Brice | Jan 29, 2013 08:26 PM EST
It may be lonely at the top, but for people who reside there, they sure are happy.
By Makini Brice | Jan 24, 2013 02:10 PM EST
It has been commonly reported that married couples tend to gain weight, while a divorce can provoke weight loss.
By Makini Brice | Dec 20, 2012 02:43 PM EST
A study conducted by Gallup called about 1,000 people in 148 countries in order to determine which nations were the happiest.
By Amber Moore | Dec 07, 2012 10:48 AM EST
A study found that it is resilience and depression, and not physical health that affect people's well-being in old age.
By Amber Moore | Nov 20, 2012 10:55 AM EST
Teenagers and young adults who report higher levels of happiness are more likely to be wealthy later in life.
By Christine Hsu | Nov 15, 2012 03:10 PM EST
The secret to having a long and fulfilling life may be as simple as getting a puppy, new research suggests.
By Amber Moore | Oct 26, 2012 10:45 AM EDT
Researchers say that satisfaction with life greatly improves in people who extend exercise routines on days when they feel low.
By Nikki Tucker | Oct 15, 2012 04:16 PM EDT
If you need a scientific reason to enjoy life, researchers discovered those who enjoy life are three times more likely to live longer.
By Nikki Tucker | Oct 03, 2012 06:17 PM EDT
For a truly happy employee, his or her earnings should not be inferior to other employees, a study reveals.
By Christine Hsu | Sep 28, 2012 06:15 PM EDT
New findings indicate that the ages at which people enjoy the life the most are nine and 68.
By Makini Brice | Sep 26, 2012 01:55 PM EDT
A recent study has found that people with lower IQs are more likely to have lower income and poor mental health, which is in turn linked with unhappiness.
By Nikki Tucker | Sep 05, 2012 04:05 PM EDT
Here are a few scientifc tips that can help you raise a healthy and happy child.
By Makini Brice | Aug 29, 2012 10:25 AM EDT
Researchers have found a gene in women that predicts the level of happiness in women.
By Nikki Tucker | Aug 22, 2012 04:56 PM EDT
According to lead study author Suzanna Opree, children who are less satisfied with their lives are more susceptible to believing advertisements that suggest possessions can increase happiness.