Spending time with friends is important for your health and happiness, and so that you don't experience loneliness. Try these five tips to make new friends.
Feeling part of a group can give purpose and meaning to our lives, and research suggests that belonging correlates to better mental and physical health.
Want to help protect your brain? Small lifestyle changes can have a big impact. Here are four steps that women can take to help keep their minds strong.
Family and friends are both key players in our lives. But one group is a better indicator of health and happiness in older adults.
When you’re in your 20s and just starting out, money and fame may seem the key to a happy life. But as you age, that viewpoint changes considerably. The real secret, according to a Harvard study that’s been going on since the 1930s, has nothing to do with your bank account or your career.
Growing up, we got our Christmas trees from Mr. Munro, the man who owned our house before us.
Interview 100 people currently engaged in dating and I suspect the majority would say, “This sucks.”
Here's a sweet, uplifting video that's guaranteed to brighten your day. It features some Chicago-area seniors and young Brazilian students of English, and the long-distance friendships kindled by learning a language.
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