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Finland is World’s Happiest Nation for Fifth Year

Finland has been named the world's happiest country for the fifth year running, in an annual UN-sponsored index that ranked Afghanistan as the unhappiest,...

Costa Rica the happiest Latin American country, World Happiness Report says

Costa Rica is the top Latin American country on the 2021 World Happiness Report list.

News briefs: Costa Rica asks tourists to postpone, not cancel, their trips

As the world faces the coronavirus crisis, here are a couple of more uplifting stories to brighten your Monday.

Finding the world’s happiest person

National Geographic  once called me the world's happiest person.

Mexicans and other Latin Americans carry happiness in their DNA, study finds

A new study found that nations whose inhabitants boast a certain gene variant had much higher self-reported happiness levels. Mexico is the prime example.

New Costa Rican movie explores ‘the happiest place in the world’

With an all-star cast, a production budget of $350,0000 and promotion to the tune of $500,000, "The Happiest Place in the World" is arguably the most ambitious Costa Rican production of all time.

Costa Rica launches Gross National Happiness index

The 1,285 Costa Ricans between 15 and 75 years old surveyed said that they were most pleased with ecological diversity (92 percent), health (89 percent) and education (80 percent).

Costa Ricans rank 2nd in the world for well-being, just behind Panama, says Gallup

Costa Rica outscored countries like Switzerland (4), Chile (6) and Denmark (7). Latin America scored well in the rankings, holding six of the top 10 spots.

Costa Rica, Latin America home to some of world’s happiest people, surveys say

Costa Rica maintained its spot as the 12th "happiest" country in the world, according to the 2015 World Happiness Report. Above average happiness is a trend across Latin America — despite the region's high levels of violence and poverty.

The Real Secret of Costa Rica: Grapes and MacGyver

I have seen aspects of Costa Rica that are unflattering, exasperating, and downright infuriating, but there is an unruffled approach to life that does seem rather mysterious, and that I think has gradually worked its way into my bones over the years. What’s in the water?

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