New tools to help people use their smartphones in less detrimental ways are a good start, but could be even better at protecting users' well-being.
Gardening not only provides nutritious food, but a reminder of home for refugees.
There are more than a thousand chief happiness officers on LinkedIn but their roles differ wildly.
New research shows there is a direct relationship between central bank interest rate decisions and mental health.
India's Food Safety and Standards Authority needs to get a grip of unproven claims about the health benefits of certain products.
Arts on prescription are changing the way we treat health problems.
Teenage girls using social media for more than an hour a day face risks to their well-being as they grow up.
Nearly half of all teachers report having high levels of daily stress. Research shows that when teachers are stressed out, it can negatively affect students and schools.
There are many benefits to walking - whether you do it in a group or on your own.
Anticipating a future event is just as good for you as the thing itself.
It's widely accepted that young people living in children's homes or foster care are vulnerable to mental illness, but new research shows that social media can actually help.
It has long been known that colour and emotion are linked – so could colour could be used as a language to express how we feel?
More than half of the global population do not have safe sanitation. What is the best way to go about changing this?
Research shows that virtual reality experiences can help social disconnection and improve wellness - by inspiring awe.
Although they're at greater risk of violent crime, sexual harassment and suicide, smart-phone savvy young people can access extra support.
How pushing yourself to new extremes can help you to self-care
It's something that affects all women – but few companies have menopause-specific health and well-being policies.
Inequality is bad for all Indonesians, including the middle and upper classes, because it causes more violence, more people with mental illness and less chance for us to better our lives.
A comparison of 36 Australian cities finds that, unlike Europe, the data on their creativity and culture are not closely linked to their capacity to generate economic value and social well-being.
Rethinking work is crucial for industrialised and emerging economies, where job losses are being felt even in the presence of substantial, although diminishing, economic growth.