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A new study finds that if a woman has a heavier career workload, she could have a happier marriage. The opposite is true, if a man's workload is heavy.
Economists concluded "personal beauty makes people happier."
Forget about traffic, long hours and high gas prices. Tell WTOP why you love to live here.
NBC's Michael Isikoff details the OMB memo telling agencies to observe behavioral changes in employees.
Whether it's eating good food or having sex, pleasure changes the way brain hormones work for at least seven days, University of Cincinnati researchers have found.
Chit-chat about the weather has its function in society, but "substantive talks" make people happy, new research finds.
"There are a lot of things that we share as people that drive happiness, and to be blunt, money isn't one of them. Money can be an enabler, it is really not at the core of what makes people self-actualized and happy," says Leonsis in an interview with WTOP.
The anticipation of "getting away from it all" can boost happiness for up to eight weeks.