Certain purchases are better than others at sparking people's in-the-moment happiness, according to new research from the McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin.
Spending on experiences versus possessions advances more immediate happiness
The number of young people around the world who are neither employed, studying or in some kind of training, is on the rise, according to a new report released by the International Labor Organization (ILO).
Rising number of young people excluded from jobs, education, training
When it comes to wedding planning every single person has a different idea on what their big day should look like, from the venue right down to the place cards.
People baffled by 'unusual' shoes  bride wants to wear for her wedding
By Nicky Wright, Bethany Ellis and Nerilie Abram*
A rare natural phenomenon brings severe drought to Australia
Brazil’s federal environment agency last year gave out the fewest fines for breaking conservation laws since 1995, the agency’s press office told Reuters, as the efficacy of the agency, known as Ibama, continues to fall under President Jair Bolsonaro.
Brazil agency gives out fewest environmental fines in 24 years
In December, Saw Kaw Lar received an unexpected call.
Hope fades for refugees in Malaysia as US closes door
A small group of privileged men based in Europe and the US preside over a global health system which is 70 percent male, according to new research.
Seven out of 10 global health leaders are men, and change is half a century away

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