Health

25 May 19
The Multiracial Unity Blog

by Karyn Pomerantz, 5-24-2019 People represent themselves in many ways.  They indicate their pronouns to reflect gender identification or introduce themselves as belonging to a national or “racial” group.   Adoption of  the concept of intersectionality has made people further refine their identification with overlapping characteristics, such as an African-American woman or a biracial gay immigrant.  […]

25 May 19
Timothy Sumer

Top Stories by Timothy Sumer – A 10-year-old Salvadoran girl who died in Department of Health and Human Services custody last September was identified Friday by a US Customs and Border Protection official as Darlyn Cristabel Cordova-Valle. from CNN.com – RSS Channel – HP Hero https://cnn.it/2JYXRmQ via Timothy Sumer

25 May 19
Loveland Reporter-Herald
Sharon Welch Sharon Welch, a licensed massage therapist, is celebrating 15 years in business in Loveland. Welch graduated with honors from the Institute of Business and Medical Careers and started her Loveland practice in 2004, she said in a press release. In her career, she has worked with clients from age 3 months to 103 years, she said. The clients have included high school athletes, pickleball players, patients recovering from joint replacement surgery, medical professionals, busy moms and senior citizens. Welch said she specializes in intuitive therapy, “blending of modalities to customize therapy according to the client’s lifestyle, work habits, general health and goals.” Her modalities include Swedish, deep tissue, medi-cupping, hot stones and muscle release active isolated stretching, among others, the release said. She said client education is an important part of her practice: “I only have you for an hour at a time. … If I can send you home with information or tools to help improve your health, your body will be much happier.” Welch also works with special-needs clients as an independent contractor for Foothills Gateway. For more information, call or text 970-443-9329 or go to facebook.com/sharonwelchmassage.
25 May 19
fox5sandiego.com

A 10-year-old Salvadoran girl who died in Department of Health and Human Services custody last September was identified Friday.

25 May 19
News Directory

PHOENIX – A Money Alert issued in early Friday that evening after a missing man from Sun Lakes was stopped for good health. Wallis Dusenbery, 72, was seen about 2 p.m. Thursday is a house near Sun Lakes Boulevard North and Riggs Road. Dusenbery's sister-in-law told representatives of the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office that she […]

25 May 19
Health Care Review

There was once a period of the Jedi Order’s history before the dark times that was only hinted at in the decades following the release of Star Wars. There were rumors of thousands of Jedi Knights as peacekeepers, traversing the galaxy to root out and stop the spread of evil. It wasn’t until the 2003 […]

25 May 19
Health Care Review

Who here remembers Realm Of The Mad God, the free-to-play shmup MMO? Well, co-developers Spry Fox (Alphabear, Triple Town, etc) just launched their next shot at the genre – Steambirds Alliance – into open beta today, with servers running until Monday. Take your common-or-garden variety twin-stick shooter, cram sixty players into each battlefield and commence […]

25 May 19
Health Care Review

When Nintendo announced the NES Classic, it set a great precedent for how a first-party should treat its gaming history. Nintendo followed up and improved on the formula with the Super NES Classic, and both systems remain the high-water mark for all-in-one classic consoles. But the Sega Genesis Mini is shaping up to be the […]

25 May 19
Health Care Review

In an era of classics, minis, and collections where rewind buttons, remixed roms, and refined emulation have become common perks for people revisiting classics, old games are getting the royal treatment these days. Unfortunately, the Castlevania Anniversary Collection has none of those. But it does boast the best games, emulation warts and all, of any […]

25 May 19
Health Care Review

It’s still early days yet, but there’s a Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic film in development. As reported by Buzzfeed last night, Laeta Kalogridis (Writer on Altered Carbon, Shutter Island, Alita: Battle Angel among others) is nearly done on a script for the first in a possible KOTOR film trilogy. I’m surprised that the […]

25 May 19
Health Care Review

Whether it was purely stylistic or intended to make the game behave better on older consoles, a lot of people found Mortal Kombat 11‘s halved framerate during cinematic attacks distracting. Previously only available via mods, today NetherRealm Studios patched in an official set of 60fps options today for menus, cinematics (including fatalities) and the Krypt. […]

25 May 19
The Chronically Unimaginable

Are you aware of the concept of lucid dreaming? Maybe you’ve heard about the nightmarish fugue states where people are unable to move as a ghostly/demon being looks at them. That’s lucid dreaming in a nutshell, but it goes so much deeper than that.

25 May 19
Health Care Review

Take heed, VR aficionados: Three heavy hitters land on PlayStation VR next week. Take on the gritty London underworld in Blood & Truth, the full-fledged blockbuster follow-up to PlayStation VR Worlds’ The London Heist. Try to survive the night (bonus points for not soiling your undergarments) in Five Nights at Freddy’s VR: Help Wanted, a […]

25 May 19
Health Care Review

We’ve not talked much about A Robot Named Fight here before, and that’s a shame, because it is a personal favourite. Developed by Matt Bitner, imagine Super Metroid hideously fused to The Binding Of Isaac. It generates short-ish (a couple hours long if you survive to the end) Metroidvania adventures, giving you a different set […]