Look at the ears of rats to know if they are happy. Here is how.
Many people believe in the idea of faking a smile to be happier. However, a new study suggests that this thought might just be a myth.
A new study shows a unique social link between happiness and health among older adults.
The study shows that more consumption of fruits and vegetables every day can make you happy.
This study would probably be both a good news and a good alibi for heavy drinkers and alcoholics.
Happiness genes have been found through an extensive research that involved more than 190 researches in 17 countries having 140 research centers.
International experts' joint efforts found that happiness can be found in the genes.
Lee Kum Sheung Center for Health And Happiness focuses on providing discoveries about health and happiness for the benefit of all people.
What we say "says" a lot, but the sounds we make while or before we say something might bring the strongest message, according to a new study.
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.