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Surveying the well-being of American adults found 21% are experiencing high levels of psychological distress, due to COVID-19 health and financial risks.
The mental and physical health benefits of green spaces have been well documented, but could blue spaces - like canals and rivers - have a similar effect?
Physical and mental health are key parts of the World Bank's strategy to help countries accelerate progress towards achieving Universal Health Coverage.
Intrapreneurial talent is a critical resource for corporate innovation as business increasingly pivots towards sustainability and purpose. Here's how.
The rising female suicide rate during the pandemic shows the toll of shrinking employment and unpaid care work. It is time to lift these pressures on women worldwide.
For millions working remotely due to COVID-19, the distinction between work and home life has virtually disappeared. Now European lawmakers want to protect employees from burnout.
Lockdowns have increased screen time for young people – which means increased risk, too. A new online quiz aims to keep children safe online, as well as foster empathy.
A new survey looks at attitudes to co-living, which could help many people find friendly, affordable places to live as city-dwelling soars.
Simulations of real-world environments through virtual reality can allow people to tackle situations they would normally find challenging in a safe space.
Research suggests that creative activities can have a range of benefits for children's development, including communication and relationship building.
Tens of thousands of people in the world's biggest cities died from air pollution-related causes last year, despite COVID-19 lockdowns easing congestion.
Recent studies show physically active participants were more inventive than those with a more sedentary lifestyle – but they were not always happier.
Research shows that 'called' people can struggle to maintain a work-life balance, with their professional roles negatively impacting their families.
Research showed that 43% of new mothers met the criteria for clinically relevant depression and 61% met the criteria for anxiety during the first UK lockdown.
This technique involves adjusting how you interact with your manager based on their operation style and personality type, for better boss-employee relations.