Studies have shown that a sense of humor can improve your mental and physical health, boost your attractiveness, and improve your leadership skills.
Active people feel just as good as those who don't do sports, but who earn around $25,000 more a year, say researchers at Yale and Oxford.
New guidelines for working with men and boys released by the American Psychological Association aim to challenge many of the stereotypes which can negatively effect men.
The adoption of new information technologies, such as AI, is influencing not just employment and wages, but worker well-being.
Research suggests that teenagers are suffering from an epidemic of sleep deprivation, so how much shut-eye should they be getting a night?
Scientists are turning to neuroscience to understand how and why early humans first made rock engravings.
The Danish are some of the happiest people on the planet. The word 'pyt' might be why.
A study has found that the consumption of fruit and vegetables is linked to an enhanced quality of life over a five-year time frame.
Neuroscience has a lot to offer when it comes to business and rethinking leadership.
Universities offer endless opportunities for socializing, many researchers are facing loneliness and isolation, according to a UK study.
A new study takes a fresh look at the mechanics of forming habits.
The medical community is becoming more and more open to the idea that by letting patients draw an illness, it can offer insights into their state of mind.
People with traumatic brain injuries are more likely to be violent, more likely to go to prison at a younger age, yet little research exists on brain injury among female prisoners.
A decluttering craze is underway, led by Japanese tidying aficionado Marie Kondo, author of a New York Times bestseller and Netflix show Tidying Up, but how does mess affect us mentally?
In a popular online article, Millennials were once dubbed 'the burnout generation'. Rather than becoming resilient to burnout, we should instead look to improve the way we work.