A leading psychologist—whose course on happiness has attracted 3 million people so far and is the most popular class in Yale's history—offers five science-backed techniques to boost your mood and protect your mental health.
Want to adopt healthier habits, improve your finances or spend more time with the people you love? No matter what your goal is for 2021, these research-based tips will help.
Queensland, Australia: On December 15, tourists walked in and around beach foam whipped up by cyclonic conditions at Currumbin Beach. The wild weather lashed Australia’s Northern New South Wales and South East Queensland with heavy rain, strong winds and exceptionally high tides—often referred to as “king tides”—and caused power outages for thousands.Launch Slideshow 1 PHOTOS
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From the vanishing Unionist electoral majority to Brexit to COVID, historic events are speeding up debates on Irish unity. This generation of Irish Americans may well be the first to be able to return to a united Ireland.
Enjoy the rare pleasure of turning the crisp pages of some of these intriguing books coming out in the first half of the year. Newsweek has chosen some of the best new fiction and nonfiction for your reading pleasure.
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