- Lifestyle MarketWatch
Data from the U.K.'s Office of National Statistics (ONS), which looked at the well-being of more than 300,000 adults over three years, found that people ages 40-59 were the least happy and most anxious. In fact, there is a “happiness curve,” and it bottoms out in midlife, Jonathan Rauch, author of “The Happiness Curve,” explained to MarketWatch's Alessando Malito. “The happiness curve is how aging, independent of other things, affects your happiness and it is U-shaped,” Rauch said.
- Politics HuffPost
The brand's creative director, Nicolas Ghesquière, posted a powerful note on Instagram to say he refuses any association with the president.
- Politics Yahoo News Video
In President Trump's first full briefing at the Defense Department, he requested a grand "Victory Day" parade with "vehicles and tanks on Main Street" and down Pennsylvania Avenue, like the "amazing" parade he'd just witnessed in France, Guy Snodgrass, a top aide to then-Defense Secretary James Mattis, recounts in his new book, "Holding the Line." "The Fourth of July is too hot," Trump added.
- Business Allure
It's the most popular cosmetic treatment in the United States, but Botox continues to inspire fear and confusion in certain cautious corners. (And, okay, millions of dollars' worth of admiration.) Is it right for you? That depends on your taste, pocketbook, and tolerance for needles. We explain all.Originally Appeared on Allure
- U.S. People
Family Suing After Mom, 27, Died from Routine Procedure