When Will The New York Times Finally Start Writing About What Makes You Happy?

The New England Journal of Medicine reported that “most patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) have low self-reported happiness scores,” but they are also at risk for chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), depression, and anxiety.

“The data suggests that the quality of life may vary depending on whether patients are happy and well-loved,” the paper stated.

“For some, happiness may not be important at all.”

So the New York TIMES should stop writing about the “best” doctors, the best hospitals, and the best treatments for CFS.