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Studies consistently find that sitting down to a family meal has plenty of benefits, including a healthier diet, increased happiness and even better grades for kids. But does it have to be dinner?
How do you measure happiness? Can money buy you happiness?
Irritating behaviors are known as "social allergens," and there are a few ways to deal with them.
As consumers look to get healthy, younger patrons aren't so sold on frozen food.
A lot of people feel pressure to check their email even when they're not at work or on vacation.
Call it a generation gap or the digital divide, but the skill sets of baby boomers and millennials can be very different.
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Cinnabon, Lush Cosmetics and Panera Bread hope to attract more shoppers with more pleasant aromas in stores.
It may be difficult to sync your schedule with your body clock, but it could lead to more productive days.
Online travel agencies are trying to get customers to make the switch from browsers to bookers with loads of deals in time for summer vacation planners.
It's a common problem in demanding fields, but there's a way to handle it if you just want to go home.
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