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Better mental health: Royals hear how single phone call saved ambulanceman’s life

Dan told them his story at a reception held to mark World Mental Health Day by Heads Together, the Duke and Duchess’s mental health charity.Dan was struggling to cope after a call-out to a child abuse victim. He contacted work partner Rich Morton and they had a heart to heart, which helped Dan, 31, conquer his demons. “I was getting ... Read More »

How to spend your final week before the Marathon

How to go about and what to do in the week before the run up to the Marathon/Half Marathon? I love this week as this is the most relaxing week where you do not have to work hard running around. You have to bid good bye to your LSDs (Long Slow Distance). You have put in a lot of disciplined ... Read More »

How to eat when preparing for exam

How to eat when preparing for exam Don’t Starve Experience what 4G can do for your business!Vodafone India Now express your ideas in colour, with Xerox!Xerox Recommended By Colombia While the three-big-meals-a day is common and convenient, exam time requires a slow but steady flow of energy to the body and hence, having frequent smaller meals is a good idea. ... Read More »

Common Cyber Security Challenges and How to Address Them

In this digital age, one of the most destructive things that can happen to a company is to become a victim of a cyber-attack. Massive data breaches brought about by internal and external threats pose a long-term effect on an organization’s security risk posture and customer’s perception. While most companies have started investing in network security platforms and establishing their ... Read More »

How defective brain cells are spreading Alzheimer’s

How defective brain cells are spreading Alzheimer’s Neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s may be linked to defective brain cells disposing toxic proteins, making neighbouring cells sick, scientists say. The findings showed that although healthy neurons should be able to sort out and rid brain cells of toxic proteins and damaged cell structures, they are unable to do so always. ... Read More »

How to judge the time commitment of your next video game

One of the most crucial skills for success is proper time management. It’s vital that we use our time as effectively as possible. In that spirit, I offer a tip that will help you make some important decisions concerning the time you dedicate to the great pastime of playing video games. Today’s AAA titles vary wildly in the time they ... Read More »

How to join Microsoft’s Office Insider program on any platform

Microsoft is all about showing its work these days. You probably know Microsoft shares preview builds of Windows 10 leading up to major releases, such as the upcoming Creators Update. But did you know Microsoft offers an Insider program for Microsoft Office as well? If your heart starts racing at the thought of trying out new Excel power features, enhanced ... Read More »

Google Maps now shows how hard it will be to park at your destination

Update 1/27/17: The feature is now available in the full version of the app. This article has been updated to reflect this news. If you’ve ever taken longer to find a parking spot than you did driving somewhere, Google Maps might be able to help—or at least prepare you for a headache. Thanks to a new feature in the latest ... Read More »

How does China respond to US chip threats? With a $30 billion factory

For China, actions speak louder than words, especially in the escalating chip battle with the U.S., which has been hurling out verbal threats in recent months. The Chinese chip infrastructure is getting a serious boost from Tsinghua Unigroup, which is investing US$30 billion in a new foundry to make chips. The state-owned Tsinghua Holdings is a majority shareholder in Tsinghua ... Read More »

How brain can be tricked to cure mental maladies

TNN | Updated: Jan 9, 2017, 11.29 AM IST How brain can be tricked to cure mental maladies (Thinkstock photos/Getty Images) When neuroscientist V S Ramachandran came up with a cardboard box and mirror to trick the brain into `seeing’ a limb that didn’t exist in the late 1990s, he created quite a stir in the scientific community . Two ... Read More »