12 March, 2018 3:15 PM Google AI that helped NASA find exoplanets now open for all
San Francisco: A Google model based on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) that helped NASA discover two exoplanets, is now available for researchers to process data from Kepler Space Telescope. The "TensorFlow" model decoded massive sets of data from NASA's Kepler Space Telescope to discover two exoplanets last year, including one that has the first 106
7 March, 2018 8:11 AM 6 Incredible Benefits of Cow Milk That You May Not Have Known
Cow milk is packed with nutrients like calcium, protein, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals and fat, all of these are extremely vital for the development and growth of our body. 1. According to Bangalore based nutritionist Dr. Anju Sood, cow milk consists of a lower fat content than buffalo milk; hence it is lighter and easily digestible. 2. According 79
6 March, 2018 11:44 AM Gene responsible for neurodevelopmental disorders identified
Many cognitive abnormalities are caused by missing pieces of genetic material in a person’s genome Researchers, including one of Indian origin, have identified a gene responsible for neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism, an advance that may lead to better treatments. “Our studies reveal that in complex brain disorders that have a loss of many genes 73
26 February, 2018 12:28 PM One-third of the people prefer their mobile over engaging with their loved ones: Survey
In a survey conducted by IPSOS in association with Motorola, has given insights into the changing role of a mobile phone in our lives. From enabler to a best friendâ€”the phone has become so important to us now that one-third of the respondents say that they prioritise their smartphone over engaging with people they care about. To add to the worry, over half of the respondents 57
26 February, 2018 7:06 AM Four things you should know about smell
A woman’s sense of smell is said to be more evolved than a man’s and it’s no wonder, say mental health pros “The biological reason behind this is that women have 50% more neurons in their olfactory bulbs (the parts of the brain related to the sense of smell), which provides them with better olfactory sensitivity,” says Dr Prerna Kohli, a psychologist 155
21 February, 2018 9:06 AM Where Do You Keep Your Cell Phone? Stop As The Results Can Be Deadly
Keeping your phone in these places may not be good for your health! Your cell phone is probably your fifth limb; something that you feel you simply can't function without. The absence of the cell phone could make you feel incomplete, which is why you try to accommodate it in every possible place. But how safe is that? Are you making a wise decision by keeping 118
20 February, 2018 12:56 PM What Is Sleep Paralysis; Can It Be Fatal?
Has it ever happened to you; you are sleeping, you suddenly wake up, are trying to move but fail to do so. You feel that something is holding you back. Something is preventing you from moving altogether. This condition is known as sleep paralysis. A condition where your mind is awake but the body is asleep, where you try to move but a strange force holds 61
20 February, 2018 9:14 AM Irregular Sleep In Menopause May Be Linked To Hot Flashes, Depression; Try These Foods For Sleep!
According to a study published in Journal Sleep Medicine, sleep problems vary across the stages of menopause, yet are consistently correlated with hot flashes and depression. To track poor sleep, the surveys asked questions about frequency of insomnia, restless sleep and sleep disturbances. The study found no correlation between the likelihood of reporting 69
19 February, 2018 11:16 AM Does Coffee Really Give You Energy?
Picture this. It is 3:30 in the afternoon and you have just had your lunch. The post lunch slump has started to take a toll on your work. You can't keep your eyes wide awake and there are still 2 hours to go for the day to close. You head straight to the coffee machine, gulp down a mug or two and there you are, fresh as a daisy! Coffee has long been associated 92
17 February, 2018 11:18 AM Family of Indian-origin victim gets no money after surgery blunder
A US court has overturned a verdict to award a staggering USD 20 million to the family of an Indian-origin woman who died after doctors at a Detroit-area hospital mistakenly performed brain surgery on her. WASHINGTON: A US court has overturned a verdict to award a staggering USD 20 million to the family of an Indian-origin woman who died after doctors 159