Free Press Journal
  • Revealed: Why people get aggressive after drinking

    Melbourne: Just two glasses of vodka can trigger changes in the brain region linked to aggression, say scientists who used MRI scans to understand why people become violent after consuming alcohol.

  • US and Russia clash in Security Council over Syria missile strike

    United Nations : The US and Russia clashed in the UN Security Council over the missile attack on a Syrian airfield, with Washington warning it is “prepared to do more” as Moscow accused it of flagrantly violating international law with its “act of aggression.”

  • Munro belts NZ to T20 series win

    Mount Maunganui : Colin Munro produced a masterclass of controlled aggression to smash 101 off 54 balls as New Zealand coasted to a 47-run win in the second Twenty20 against Bangladesh on Friday.

  • Spanking ups anti-social behaviour, aggression in kids

    New York: The more kids are spanked, the more likely they are to defy their parents and exhibit anti-social behaviour, a new study has found from five decades of research involving over 160,000 children.

  • Road rage aggression linked to common brain parasite

    Chicago: A common brain parasite that is transmitted through faeces of infected cats, undercooked meat or contaminated water may increase the risk of aggressive behaviour such as road rage in infected people, a new study has claimed. In the study involving 358 adult subjects, researchers from the University of Chicago found that toxoplasmosis, a relatively harmless parasitic infection carried by about 30 per cent of all humans, was linked to intermittent explosive disorder (IED) and increased aggression.

  • Aggression leads to altered brain activity

    New York : Aggression can lead to generation of new nerve cells in the brain and also change the activity of existing cells, new research has found, reports IANS.

  • Short winter days make women aggressive?

    New York : Now you know why your spouse or girlfriend suddenly gets hostile towards you as winter settles in. According to fascinating research, a hormonal mechanism may trigger aggression in females — and not males — during short winter days.

  • Violent video games inflate aggression

    Washington: Playing violent video games can lead to an increase in aggressive behaviour and decrease in prosocial behaviour and empathy, according to a new report, says PTI.

  • Videogames, Child

    Violent video games trigger aggression

    New York: Playing violent video games is linked to increased aggression in players though it is not certain if the link extends to criminal violence too, according to a latest American Psychological Association (APA) report.

  • When Poland came to India

    Ratnadeep Banerji writes about India’s  contribution during World War II when 1000 Polish children found refuge in Nawanagar, Gujarat (more…)