The adoption of new information technologies, such as AI, is influencing not just employment and wages, but worker well-being.
Teens today are spending less time with friends than they used to. The drop coincides with the rise of smartphones and rising rates of loneliness.
A recent study suggests that almost half of all entrepreneurs will suffer from poor mental health. Here are three ways to help stem the growing mental health crisis in the business world.
For many, the pursuit of happiness is falling short - and neuroscience can help explain why. These five easy ways to change how you think about work, money, friends and free time could ha...
Accurate diagnosis of mental health problems makes a huge difference to the quality of sufferers’ lives. But assumptions about cause and effect can hamper access to effective, early treat...
Research suggests that teenagers are suffering from an epidemic of sleep deprivation, so how much shut-eye should they be getting a night?
They’re the engines of the global economy and home to more than half the world’s population. But city life can differ greatly from one metropolis to another.
Results from a recent study show that individuals who express their 'non-visible stigmas' at work tend to be happier.
Loneliness has been described by experts as a disease that can increase the risk of a range of physical and psychological disorders.
Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR) rewards us when we hear a piece of music we like - and new research suggests the area of the brain that's responsible for ASMR isn't lost to Al...
A growing body of research suggests living near green space has significant mental health benefits. Now a new study finds that children who grow up in greener surroundings are less likely...
The Danish are some of the happiest people on the planet. The word 'pyt' might be why.
A new study has shown that how deeply we sleep impacts our brain's ability to wash away waste and toxic proteins.
Therapeutic wood wandering began in Japan in 1982, known as shinrin yoku, or “forest bathing”. The country now has 62 therapeutic woods, attracting 5 million visitors per year.
Tracking someone’s emotional changes in real time using a smartphone could improve treatment for depression, new research suggests.