Happy or Sad? Well, a new study has identified two neuron populations which can encode both types of emotions - positive as well as negative.
The study shows that more consumption of fruits and vegetables every day can make you happy.
Why are some nations happier than others? It could all be in the genes. Scientists have found that genetic factors should be taken into account when judging national differences in happiness.
It's a material world, and a new study proves it. Scientists have found that shopping can provide more frequent happiness over time. In contrast, purchases that involve experiences, like a trip to the zoo, provide more intense happiness on individual occasions.
Science World Report spoke with Loretta Graziano Breuning about her most recent book "Habits Of A Happy Brain: Retrain Your Brain to Boost Your Serotonin, Dopamine, Oxytocin, & Endorphin Levels." Breuning has written multiple books that examine brain chemicals associated with negativity and happines...
Sometimes, people are moody. And while being irrational at times isn't typically the smartest idea, it may help us adapt quickly to new changes, according to a new study.
Sure. Your 20s are a time of growth, struggle and constant reinvention. But they might also be the happiest time of your life--at least, that's what a new study suggests.
A drug is usually never the cure or answer to anything--whatever illness you may be dealing with. However, recent findings conducted by researchers at UC Berkeley and UC San Francisco show that a new drug could help alter brain chemistry in such a way that it could make some more sensitive to social...