From therapy and exercise, to five-hour meetings and crisis management: a day in the life of a CEO.
Bhutan is famous for deciding to value its population’s happiness and well-being over economic growth.
The science behind our brains explains why men and women experience happiness and other emotions in different ways.
Unique behaviours and personal traits are often ingrained in the culture of certain nations.
A company that uses artificial intelligence to help people with autism is part of a wave of education technology start-ups attracting millions of dollars of global investment.
This month, South Africa celebrates the anniversary of its pioneering gay-marriage decision. But the reality on the ground lags far behind the legal situation.
For less than $25 a month, French families can make sure their elderly relatives are okay, thanks to a scheme from the postal service, which is helping to combat loneliness.
More people say they feel stressed by the volume of texts they receive, highlighting the need for digital intelligence skills
Chronic exhaustion is the cause of a raft of problems from poor health to lost productivity. In Japan it’s even led to loss of life. Now one employer is fighting back.
A recent survey found 68% of people believe robots could provide companionship and ease loneliness.
There's no one-size-fits-all solution to mental health, but a combination of legislation and better funding is crucial.
Can a different approach to architecture create an urban landscape that helps rather than hinders our mental health?
Treadmills don't come into it for the populations of the planet's 'Blue Zones' - where life expectancy is highest.
A new review looks at intolerance of uncertainty and mental health problems.
The game uses neurofeedback to subconsciously train users' brains.