A new Gallup study shows that Hawaii is still the best U.S. state to live in, when it comes to your emotional and physical states.
Where can you find happiness? In a bunch of different places, as this Twitter map shows.
It turns out that rather than reminisce about the “golden age” of youth, we should look forward to turning our grandparents’ age to be happy.
In fact, mazel tov to anyone who identifies as “very religious.” You’re likely more blissful than non-believers.
A new ranking of the prosperity of nations found that the U.S. barely made the top 10, while Britain was off it completely. So what are they doing wrong?
Patience is a virtue, but timing is everything.
Feeling sluggish? Depressed? It’s not you — it’s the day of the week.
Not that you really needed another reason to want an iPad, but research now shows that technology actually makes us happier.
Could “Angry Thursdays” be the next to trend on the networking site?
There is perhaps nothing more adorable on the internet right now than this 4-year-old giving her mirror pure attitude atop the bathroom sink.