East Renfrewshire has been ranked the happiest place to live in Scotland in a new study.
The United Kingdom is one of the happiest countries in the world and is getting more cheerful, the annual United Nations investigation into contentedness has suggested.
People living across Tayside are getting happier while those in Fife have experienced a significant rise in anxiety, according to a report by the Office for National Statistics.
Smartphone and social media overload may be contributing to teenage angst, new research suggests.
Fife has been named the happiest region in Scotland in a new report.