A large number of counsellors have volunteered to be available for survivors and firefighters at Grenfell tower, but whats the evidence for talking therapy? There were a few weeks a month or so ago when I started to dread turning on the radio in the morning. London and then volunteered to be available for survivors … Continue reading Is it always good to talk? How to help survivors of trauma
After Episode 1, Dragonstone, set a ratings record for the HBO series, Episode 2, Stormborn, pumped up the hype to maximum levels on Sunday night. Not only did showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss tease the highly anticipated meetup of Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and Daenerys (Emilia Clarke), they gave viewers close to an hour … Continue reading Who Run The World? Girls In ‘Game Of Thrones’ Season 7 →
CHANTILLY, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Perhaps in response to the monumental events on the global stage during the past month,the June “What America is Learning” chart of most-popular lectures from The Great Courses Plus shows subscribers want top professors to teach them more about the Middle East and South Asia. Computer programming also is popular this month. “World … Continue reading Current Events Impact Learning Trends at The Great Courses Plus | Business Wire →
The healthcare field is the subject of a host of federal statutes, regulations, guidelines, interpretive information, and model guidance. There are a considerable number of statutes and regulations that have an impact on the delivery of healthcare services. A statute is legislative enactment that has been signed into law. A statute either directs someone to … Continue reading Statutes in U.S. Healthcare System →
Using great literature to teach ethics to machines is a dangerous game, says professor of English literature John Mullan When he wrote the stories in Isaac Asimov imagined a world in which robots do all humanitys tedious or unpleasant jobs for them, but where their powers have to be restrained. They are programmed to obey … Continue reading We need robots to have morals. Could Shakespeare and Austen help? | John Mullan →
Silkscreen from Warhols Death and Disaster series, which cost $2,500, sat in storage among singers artefacts The rock star Alice Cooper has found an Andy Warhol masterpiece that could be worth millions rolled up in a tube in a storage locker, where it lay forgotten for more than 40 years. The work in question is … Continue reading ‘We found it rolled up in a tube’: Alice Cooper discovers Warhol classic after 40 years →
Novu Launches Enhanced Quality Engagement Platform to Help Insurance Companies Drive Quality, Close Gaps in Care | Business Wire
MINNEAPOLIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Innovative consumer health and technology services firm, Novu, recently launched the Novu “Quality Engagement Platform” (QEP), an online consumer health engagement program tailored specifically to assist health insurance companies in engaging and motivating their membership in taking preventative actions to lead healthier lives through a proven wellness approach. According to The Advisory Board* study, … Continue reading Novu Launches Enhanced Quality Engagement Platform to Help Insurance Companies Drive Quality, Close Gaps in Care | Business Wire →
San Rafael, Calif. (PRWEB) February 01, 2013 Nike Golf Schools and Junior Camps offer premier instruction to golfers across the nation. Today, US Sports Camps confirmed four weeks of Nike Golf Camps at Greystone Country Club and Cooper’s Hawk Golf Course. Both camp locations offer a full-day and half-day program for boys and girls, ages … Continue reading Nike Golf Schools and Junior Camps Adds Arkansas to Summer Golf Camp Network →
How much do BBC stars earn? What else did we learn? What will the industry make of star pay? Claudia Winkleman was the highest-paid female celebrity, earning between 450,000 and 500,000 last year, while the One Show’s Alex Jones was second, earning between 400,000 and 450,000. Discrimination Signatories to the letter also include BBC Sport’s … Continue reading Female stars call on BBC ‘to sort gender pay gap now’ – BBC News →
Linkin Park Singer Chester Bennington Said He Was ‘Really Happy’ In Last Interview Before Suicide WATCH!
He will be missed… As we reported on Thursday, Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington committed suicide after he reportedly hung himself at his private residence in the Palos Verdes Estates. He was only 41, and he leaves behind wife Talinda Ann Bentley and six children from a few different relationships.