American millennials are seeing their physical and mental health decline at a faster rate than Gen X did as they age, a Blue Cross Blue Shield report found.
Europeans are 2% happier now than they were in 2013, according to a survey of 25 EU countries last year.
Bernard J. Tyson, Chairman and CEO of Kaiser Permanente, passed away on 10 November 2019. The American Heart Association and the World Economic Forum remember his commitment to healthcare...
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It’s long been thought employees do a better job when they are happy, and now researchers working with the University of Oxford say they have the figures to back up the theory.
The average American spends 5.4 hours on their phone - but the digital generation is seeking adventure (IRL) in real life.
As we work more and more, our schedules become chaotic, and people struggle to catch up with friends and family. So how can we take back control of our daily lives?
People around the world are using pedal power in ingenious ways to transform – and even save – lives.
Research has looked at whether or not mindfulness apps truly promote Buddhist ideals or if they are a product of a lucrative consumer industry.
Workplace stress and well-being is a hot topic, but new research suggests banning out-of-hours work emails could make some people more, not less, stressed.
The greater use of new and existing technologies in the mental health space requires policy-makers and practitioners to navigate a complex web of ethical dilemmas, particularly in areas s...
Feelings of isolation, loneliness and being unable to “switch off” have been reported among people who work from home.
Vegetable gardens, urban greenery and flower gardens are a common sight in many of the world's cities today, with a wide range of health and ecological benefits.
Researchers have analyzed eight million books and 65 million newspaper articles to chart an index which reveals how our happiness has changed since the 1800s.
Known for causing respiratory problems, air pollution may also cause people to commit more violent crimes, according to new research.