What if there were one thing that affected whether our marriages will stay the course, how long we’ll live, even our chances of catching the flu? There is, writes Tep, and it lies in that euphoric emotion we all crave: happiness. Happiness, it turns out, has a larger role in predicting life expectancy than smoking.
Here’s a look into the most fascinating scientific studies that show what matters - and what doesn’t - when it comes to crafting our happiest, most fulfilling lives, with research-backed tips on how to boost your mood right now.
About the Author:
Ratha Tep is a journalist who has written for The New York Times, Food & Wine, Travel + Leisure, Salon, Forbes Inc., Budget Travel, and The Daily Beast, among others. She splits her time between Switzerland and the United States.
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