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Well-Being

by Scott Miller

Employees who frequently have the opportunity to do what they do best are more productive, happier and healthier.

by Pablo Diego-Rosell and Jacqueline Joudo Larsen

To help the international community tackle the problem of child marriage, Gallup conducted surveys on the topic in Cambodia, Myanmar and Pakistan.

by Jon Clifton

In countries around the world, how happy citizens are tells a lot about where their country is headed.

Which countries are ready for change?

by Audris Campbell and Cynthia English

Many adults in the U.S. suffer from back pain. Most prefer to try non-drug treatments to manage it.

by Elsa Steiner, Nikola Yager and Kristen Lee, Guest Contributors

New research on child marriage using Gallup's World Poll shows how many young people worldwide are married and what their lives are like.

by Alyssa Davis

Nearly eight in 10 Americans prefer drug-free ways to treat their physical pain. More communication between doctors and patients about drug-free alternatives could help reduce deaths from prescription opioid abuse.

78% prefer to try nondrug ways to address their physical pain.

by Jonathan Rothwell

People living in places that shifted employment from manufacturing to other sectors do not evaluate their lives lower than those living in other areas.

by Zacc Ritter and Dato Tsabutashvili

Daily stress and worry among Hispanics rose after Trump's election. These increased rates were greater for Hispanics interviewed in Spanish compared with Hispanics interviewed in English.