Free Press Journal
  • Keeping the ‘big cats’ fit

    The Siberian Tiger Park in China is using a novel ‘cat and mouse’ game to keep tigers in shape during  winter

  • Facebook opens its doors to ad data audit

    New York: Facebook said it intends to make ad data available for independent audit this year to verify the accuracy of the information it delivers. The move comes after the social networking giant admitted last year that it had overstated some ad metrics.

  • Baby’s gender linked to mommy’s immunity

    Washington : Mothers-to-be, take note! Your immunity maybe affected by the gender of your baby, say scientists who found that women carrying female foetuses show a heightened inflammatory response. Researchers from The Ohio State University in the US followed 80 pregnant women across the course of their pregnancy and examined whether women exhibited different levels of immune markers called cytokines based on foetal sex.

  • New ‘quadpill’ to help treat high BP

    London : Combining four blood pressure drugs into a single pill could be twice as effective as existing treatments, researchers have found. The results of the small pilot trial, published in the Lancet medical journal, could offer a new approach for the hundreds of thousands in the UK who take daily tablets for their blood pressure.

  • Soon, control smartphone with touchless gestures

    New York : Cellphones and other devices could soon be controlled with touchless gestures and charge themselves using ambient light thanks to new LED displays that can both emit and detect light. Made of tiny nanorods arrayed in a thin film, the LEDs could enable new interactive functions and multitasking devices.

  • For Tim Cook, Augmented Reality as big as smartphone

    London : Augmented Reality (AR) has the  potential to become as big as the ubiquitous smartphone and help people out in daily life, Apple CEO Tim Cook has told The Independent newspaper.

  • Beat depression with fruit and veggie diet

    London : A lot has been said about the health benefits of inculcating fruits and vegetables in our daily diet but the researchers have now proved the psychological benefits of a balanced meal. They have found that naturally-grown food can potentially tackle depression in as little as two weeks.

  • Math geeks have higher academic achievements

    Berlin : Children who enjoy studying mathematics and take pride in good scores are more likely to have higher academic achievements, say scientists who found that positive emotions and success at learning in math mutually reinforce each other.

  • Your Day By Nilikash P. Pradhan

    Aries:- There is closeness and warmth in all your relationships leading to greater pleasure and cheer. Your spouse/lover showers you with love and you reciprocate. Business will find some stability.

  • Gut bacteria ups Alzheimer’s disease risk, says study

    London : Your gut bacteria may accelerate the development of Alzheimer’s disease, according to a new study that may pave the way for therapies to prevent and treat the neurocognitive disorder. Since our gut bacteria have a major impact on how we feel through the interaction between the immune system, the intestinal mucosa and our diet, the composition of the gut microbiota is of great interest to research on diseases such as Alzheimer’s.

  • Nonduality – Rising Above Illusion

    Nonduality is a philosophy, which says that there is just one spirit in the Universe, and that everything, living or inanimate is part of this one spirit. Nonduality further says that it is only illusion that causes us to view the world as real and separate from us.