ROAD to Happiness

A phrase of uncertain utility referring to the four 'happiest' specialties in the field of medicine:
Radiology, Ophthalmology, Anaesthesiology, Dermatology
References in classic literature ?
There are a set of religious, or rather moral writers, who teach that virtue is the certain road to happiness, and vice to misery, in this world.
Having once set out, and felt that he had done so on this road to happiness, there was nothing on the side of prudence to stop him or make his progress slow; no doubts of her deserving, no fears of opposition of taste, no need of drawing new hopes of happiness from dissimilarity of temper.
The findings mean that spending money on others rather than on oneself could be an alternative road to happiness," said study author Philippe Tobler.
The Dog with Alan MAN IN AN ORANGE SHIRT Tomorrow, BBC2, 9pm IN the present day, Flora finds her demons return when her vet grandson Adam tentatively forms a relationship with his client Steve, but a minefield of internalised issues and temptations still line the road to happiness.
Finding love for the second time around might not be the easiest task for some seniors, but the road to happiness is much less bumpy thanks to Dating Backend and its approach towards its clients.
Its first book, TO SOAR ON EAGLE'S WINGS tracks Rachel and Steve down their rough and rocky road to happiness.
Hayman, a trustee of the parenting charity Family Lives, has written the book Teach Yourself How To Have A Happy Family Life in a bid to help get families back on the road to happiness.
The road to happiness isn't direct; it is a complex path or web that includes many different influences and interrelationships," Tandoc said.