Achieving goals may not bring the long-term rewards you expect. Researchers reveal 10 important behaviours to attain both long-lasting and fulfilling success.
Not getting enough sleep can make it harder for us to manage our emotions and increase our reactions to stress. This can also affect our mental health
Children spend much less time outside during the school day than they did in 1995. Here's four reasons why they need to be more active in the playground.
Establishing routines can support cognitive functions, boost your health and provide social opportunities. They can also make workers more focused and creative.
New research reveals that eating in rhythm with our circadian clock could have health benefits, like avoiding weight gain, depression and certain diseases.
Mental health and wellbeing issues are on the rise on university campuses amidst COVID-19 and management must find innovative ways to help ensure student wellbeing
Talking more about early warnings, evacuations and other measures that keep people safe could ease worries about the effects of global warming, experts say.
Our work and home life can be impactful on each other. New research suggests that compassion in the workplace and at home could boost our work creativity.
Having open and age-appropriate discussions with children can help them to grow up as informed and thoughtful world citizens, and can decrease distress
A new survey shows that while attitudes are evolving towards mental health in India, the sector needs targeted investment to deal with it.
As millions were confined to their homes, a study proved that exercise builds resilience and prevents COVID-19's most serious outcomes, including death.
Yale researchers have discovered that the destruction of brain synapses underlies the cognitive deficits experienced by patients with Alzheimer’s disease.
Spending time in nature can restore your health and wellbeing. Around the world, doctors are issuing ‘green prescriptions’ to do just that.
The standard pay and benefit offerings by employers are less desired by employees. With the changes to the work environment, here's what employees want.
People with social anxiety have increased amygdala activity during social decision making, and reduced activity in the nucleus accumbens during social feedback.