The survey of 2,000 adults found one in five Brits believe, as a nation, we are becoming less kind, with busy lives cited as the main reason.
Dogs come out on top as the best creature to make us feel the happiest (47%), followed by our feline friends (24%. Pets also topped the board for making men feel consistently happy (43%), followed by family (42%), friends (12%) and other (3%).
Britain’s care crisis is negatively impacting the “sandwich generation” – parents who are raising kids while also caring for elderly parents.
According to a survey, one in five parents regularly break the law when it comes to car safety for children.
More teenagers look to their parents as sexual role models than celebrities or peers, says study.
Car parking, TV cards and travel expenses were ranked as the most expensive items and workers reported an average loss of earnings of £190 per day.
According to a survey, more than a third of mums don’t want any more children because of the side effects of pregnancy
69% of gardeners don’t protect their hands, although more than a quarter of them suffer skin complaints.
Child development can be adversely affected by parents who are fighting, says study.
More than half of parents know less about the internet than their kids, according to a survey.