June 2015

The Book of Tyrael Review

Blizzard Entertainment has released a second companion book to its hugely popular action-RPG title Diablo III. Published by Insight Editions, The Book of Tyrael, it is a sequel of sorts to 2011′s The Book of Cain. Like its predecessor, The Book… Continue Reading →

Avoiding Serious Injuries Is Key for Young Performers

Chicago, U.S.A. — Even before shows like “Dance Moms” and “America’s Got Talent” entertained viewers, generations of young boys and girls have grown up with dreams of stardom in dance, theatre or music, but those who follow their dreams know… Continue Reading →

Lack of Competition Stifles Refinance Program for Underwater Homeowners

Share| Some homeowners are getting stuck with relatively high interest rates even after they participate in the government’s program to help them refinance their mortgages. The biggest banks are not lowering rates as much as they could be 2014 and… Continue Reading →

Is Creative Artists Agency Ruining The NBA?

If you follow the NBA, it is important to know what happens behind the scenes. The truth of the matter is, Creative Artists Agency (CAA), is a major piece of the puzzle in regards to what happens within the NBA…. Continue Reading →

New Index Give Unprecedented Measures of Ocean Health

Boston, U.S.A. – Conservation International, The National Geographic Society, the New England Aquarium and the Pacific Life Foundation have unveiled the Ocean Health Index, the first comprehensive measure of ocean health for 171 coastal regions worldwide. The new index is a… Continue Reading →

Jon Bon Jovi Opens a Donation Only Restaurant

On October 19th international known rock star Jon Bon Jovi opened up his new donation only restaurant, Soul Kitchen. Teaming up with the Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation, the Soul Kitchen is located in Red Bank, New Jersey, Bon Jovi’s… Continue Reading →

South Korea to Improve Medical Policy for Foreign Patients

The Ministry of Health and Welfare (Minister Rim Chemin) and the Korea Health Industry Development Institute (President Ko Kyung-hwa) launched a project to improve the medical service system for foreign patients. They have designated 38 tasks, including seven major issues,… Continue Reading →

E-Prescription Software Drives Bonus Payments

Couer d’alene, U.S.A. — Financial Data Management (FDM), a provider of medical billing and practice management services to physician practice groups, is facilitating federal Meaningful Use reimbursement bonuses for filing electronic prescriptions by utilizing the E-Prescribing module of MedInformatix claims… Continue Reading →

Energy Recovery to Be Part of America’s Energy Strategy

Washington, U.S.A. — The American Chemistry Council (ACC) hosted on June 28th a forum, “Unlocking the Vast Potential of Energy Recovery,” on Capitol Hill. Cal Dooley, ACC president and CEO, was joined by Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR), Congressman Bill Cassidy,… Continue Reading →

Argentina, On Its Way To Legalize The Consumption of Some Drugs

The legalization to consume some drugs in Argentina has generated a great polemic in the country. The Government had to firmly state that: €œ There will never be free drugs in Buenos Aires€. The executive of Cristina Fernandez announced to… Continue Reading →

Gay Marriage in New York Stalls

The critical gay marriage bill in New York State is not any closer to becoming law despite plenty of back room dealings on Monday. A three hour conference seemingly produced no results in Albany and the push to vote on… Continue Reading →

Are You Better Off?

This is the question the Republican Party has been waiting to ask for four years as part of its strategy to undermine President Obama and his reelection. It began as a group of sore losers after the 2008 election, and ever… Continue Reading →

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