Free Press Journal
  • Feared of robots? You may lose job

    People who are scared of new technology, artificial intelligence may become unemployed and face stress and mental health issues

  • Pill to prevent Alzheimer’s in the offing

    New York  : A pill that prevents the accumulation of toxic molecules in the brain and can help prevent or delay Alzheimer’s, can be the next target in the fight against the neurocognitive disease, according to US scientists, says IANS.

  • If overweight, be friendly with thinner people

    New York: People who are trying to shed pounds are more likely to lose weight if they include thinner people in their social lives, according to a study. Ironically, people who want to lose weight are more likely to experience weight discrimination and feel more comfortable with people whose body mass is similar, says IANS.

  • Why your diet is not working explained

    Houston: On a diet but not able to shed kilos? You may be adopting the wrong strategies, according to researchers who suggest that people often replace their favourite foods with less-desirable options rather than adding healthy food they actually like.

  • Want to get rewarded at work? Show some ‘intellectual arrogance’

    New York : When it comes to perform better at the workplace or on the academic front, showing some “intellectual arrogance” and not “intellectual humility” will help you get better visibility and treatment, says a surprising study, reports IANS.

  • Don’t Hide When Your Spouse Shuts You Out

    New York: While in an argument with your wife, do not just run from the scene or expect her to read your mind to solve the conflict, researchers suggest, says IANS. Withdrawal or expect-ing your lover to mind-read hurts relation-ships the most.