The Global Well-Being Index gauges people's perceptions of their well-being by looking at financial status and other factors.
A new study takes a serious look at happiness and finds that material possessions take a back seat to memorable life experiences.
They may be all the rage, but skinny jeans do cause problems for some wearers -- numbness in the legs, for example. Trace and Tara have the skinny on the potential health problems caused by these fashion staples.
People eat more when watching more stimulating programs, new research shows. Continue reading →
Ah, weekends ... our dear repose from the chaos of Monday through Friday. But are we fooling ourselves? A new study, and some "I don't like Mondays" rats, have together cast doubt on the idea of a weekend's restorative powers.
A new study spanning 15 years found that even a light run of just a handful of minutes per day could make for a healthier, longer-lived you. Tara Long shares the details.
Is the oganics food section in your grocery store occupying more and more space? That's because we have a bona fide trend in place, as people go organic. It really does do a body good to go the organic route. Laci Green explains why.
Always greet people with a firm ... er, fist bump? Finally, science has given people everywhere an excuse for all of the fist-bumping: It's more sanitary!
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