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I Quit Bikini Competitions and I'm Happier and Healthier Than Ever

One woman gave up fitness competitions and restrictive diets and is healthier and happier than ever.

Why Americans Are Less Happy Than Ever Before

Can we make America happy again? Experts weigh in.

This Is the One Personality Trait Your Genes Don't Control

And it might explain why people who have all the "good" genes may be more successful but not necessarily happier.

Your Instagram Addiction Is Actually Making You Happier

#sorrynotsorry for being the obnoxious friend with the camera.

How You Feel About Your Body Has a *Huge* Affect on How Happy You Are

Study says it's weighing on your overall life satisfaction.

Confirmed: Drinking Alcohol Really Does Make You Happier

But only for the night. BRB, heading to happy hour anyway!

Science Says Being Cheated On Is Better Than Cheating On Someone

The old adage "cheaters never prosper" may be more truer than we thought.

There's No Such Thing As a Quarter-Life Crisis

Hey, 20-something, things are looking up!

Adults Over 30 Are Less Happy Than Ever Before

But these 9 proven mood boosters can help.

Why Having More Sex Won’t Make You Happier in a Relationship

You can’t buy happiness, and apparently you can’t sleep your way there either.

12 Ways Your Best Friend Boosts Your Health

Less less, better eating habits, and more study-backed reasons to hold on to your friendships.

The Science Behind Your Social Media Addiction

Turning to Twitter or Instagram when you're supposed to be relaxing is actually hardwired in our brains, says a new study.

7 Ways to Make Your Post-Workout High Last Longer

You worked out hard to get that natural high, so you want the endorphin rush to last as long as possible.

Your Sweat Can Spread Happiness—Seriously!

Sniffing someone else's happy sweat can make you happier too, according to new study.

Swap Your Bad Attitude for Positive Thinking to Get Ahead at Work

A bad attitude at the offices causes mental fatigue and a drop in productivity, a new study says.