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The percentage of U.S. adults classified as "cost secure" has slipped to 55%, a new low. The biggest drop is among those aged 50 and older.

Globally, 23% of people experienced a lot of loneliness in 2023. Loneliness often accompanies other negative emotions, including stress and worry.

A majority of women in the U.S. struggle to make their health a top priority. This is especially true for younger women and women caring for children at home.

Last year, negative emotions fell for the first time since 2014, with experiences of stress, sadness, anger, worry and physical pain each taking a downturn.

An estimated 15 million U.S. adults have used injectable Type 2 diabetes drugs for weight loss. Reported effectiveness is lower among older adults.

Mental health and emotional stress continue to be the most important reasons college students cite for considering quitting their program.

Most Americans say care for mental health issues is not on par with care for physical issues. Cost and access are seen as the top barriers to treatment.

Ahead of Ecuador's security referendum on Sunday, Gallup data show no other region in the world, apart from active war zones, feels less secure than Guayas.

New research from the Gallup-Walton Family Foundation Voices of Gen Z study gives insight into how happy U.S. young people are and suggests ways to increase their happiness.

Nearly one in 10 U.S. adults consume cannabis at least 10 times a month, with the highest use found among lower-income and less educated individuals.

A record-high 57% of Americans say they would feel better if they could get more sleep; Americans average a historically low 6.5 hours per night. Stress levels have been rising, especially among young women.

Discover predictors of wellbeing and wealth among U.S. adults.

Results from the first year of the multiyear Global Flourishing study offer insights into why people's lives are going well.

Married people are more likely to be thriving in their wellbeing than adults who have never married, are divorced or are living with a domestic partner.

The latest World Happiness Report delivers some unhappy news to Americans -- and the rest of the world.

About six in 10 Americans think the COVID-19 pandemic is over, but roughly the same proportion of adults say their lives are not back to normal.

In the majority of countries worldwide, women's wellbeing suffers when they aren't working at their desired capacity.

Just in time for American Heart Month, the Hologic Global Women's Health Index shows high blood pressure testing is up among women.

Americans' personal satisfaction remains significantly higher than satisfaction with the way things are going in the U.S.

Discover the correlations among adolescent mental health, parenting practices and parent-child relationships.