Just 14% of Americans say they are "very happy" even though 80% say they're feeling OK about their family's finances, a new survey on happiness finds.
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We know alarmingly little about a third of the chemicals produced and sold around the world, a new estimate of "chemical diversity" highlights.
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Political polarization in the US has gotten worse over the last four decades at a faster rate than in other major democracies, researchers find.
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Head and neck injuries related to phone distraction are on the rise, researchers report. They found a couple notable spikes in the last 20 years, too.
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Survey results show that marketing leaders are more open to their brands getting political. Here are some other trends in the field, as well.
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"When it comes to single people looking for romantic partners, the online dating technology is only a good thing, in my view."
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