The happiest people in the world may live in Scandinavia, a new study suggests. That`s according to the United Nations General Assembly`s second World Happiness Report, which ranks countries based on... more 
The happiest people in the world may live in Scandinavia, a new study suggests. That`s according to the United Nations General Assembly`s second World Happiness Report, which ranks countries based on several measures of well-being and analyzes the factors that contribute to that well-being. Denmark was the happiest country, followed by Norway, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Sweden and Canada. less 
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