From chatty colleagues to pinging phones, workplaces are full of distractions which reduce productivity and increase time pressures. But are they all bad?
A new study on mental health - and the stigma - in US workplaces found half of Millennials and 75% of Generation Z have quit a job because of it.
Researchers are looking into ways that smart home technology can be used to help people with dementia.
The World Health Organization has added burnout to its list of globally recognized diseases, yet protocols for addressing burnout in the workplace are starkly underdeveloped.
People with lived experience of mental ill health can be the driving force behind ending stigma and discrimination.
Research shows children living in polluted cities have increased risk of Alzheimer's and cognitive decline.
Professor Lindsay Cameron has found that just a few minutes of mindfulness a day can make employees more helpful and productive. In addition to physical health checks, companies need to d...
Loneliness, stress and kindness: professor of psychiatry, Kelli Harding, explains the intangible factors that make up good health.
New research has studied the happiness of moms and dads. The type of childcare activity, when and where it took place, who was present, and how much care was involved were all examined.
There is a critical need for more attention and support towards solving our mental health crisis.
Tea drinkers have better organized brain regions, compared to non-tea drinkers, a study shows.
Planting trees and bushes is a panacea for personal well-being in cities. But this wonder drug needs subjecting to clinical trials just like any other medicine.
Studies have found that in order to age well, it helps to keep writing, reading and talking. This is how we can benefit if we continue to flex our literary muscles.
Mental health issues among UK schoolchildren are rising. Schools should be prioritising happiness over competition, writes Early Childhood Studies expert Angel Urbina-Garcia.
Authorities in the Spanish city are installing cognitive activities in public parks to help older people keep fit and combat loneliness.