Happiness levels of girls and young women have dropped drastically in a decade, new research reveals The IndependentExam stress and the pressures of social media have made girls and young women feel far less happy than they did 10 years ago, a new study has discovered.
MDedge Psychiatry receives award for guns and mental health coverage. Evidence-Based Reviews . No laughing matter: Laughter is good psychiatric medicine … They noted that depression reduces the frequency of laughter and, inversely, laughter reduces the severity of depression. Laughter, they reported, also increases the connectivity of …
Research and practice both show that what makes people happy in the workplace is not obvious, and relatively easy to provide things like good pay, free food or perks, are over-rated. The benefits of happiness at work. Researchers from the University of Warwick in the UK found that people who are happy at work
VerdictOne in three employees are unhappy at work â€” here’s whyVerdictIn a recent study on the impact of mental health in the workplace, a third of workers in the United Kingdom, equating to more than 10m people, described themselves as unhappy in their current role and believe that they are coasting it. In spite of this .
Law360Time To Reclaim Wellness For All LawyersLaw360That is, for the majority of lawyers, long hours, high stress, frequent travel, and the daily demands of practice â€” not substance abuse or mental health disorders â€” present the greatest challenges to long-term wellness. . to better understand: (a .
Just when you thought the benefits of laughter couldnâ€™t possibly get any better, just wait: it also burns calories. According to research out of the Vanderbilt University Medical Center , laughing for 10 to 15 minutes can burn between 10 to 40 calories per dayâ€”and even more if theyâ€™re those deep-in-the-belly laughs.