Latest News for: Journal learning

Edit

Chapter 20: Lowell takes the stand

Yahoo Daily News 02 Oct 2022
Alonzo Garcelon, the man responsible for starting the Lewiston Falls Journal in 1847, testified on the difficulties of learning anything useful from a pile of bones, at one point holding a skull as if he were on the stage of "Hamlet." ... It matched the tale he'd told Journal Editor Frank Dingley months earlier.
Edit

Liz Weston: How to cultivate a happier retirement

Detroit news 02 Oct 2022
You can learn to be more optimistic. “I do think certain people might have a disposition toward optimism or pessimism, but that doesn’t mean you can’t change your outlook and change your way of viewing a situation,” says Asebedo, who also edits the Journal of Financial Therapy ... Seligman ’s book, “Learned Optimism.
Edit

Jiffy Lube Franchise Enitor Enterprises Drives To Do More in Northern Colorado by Providing Support ...

North Forty News 02 Oct 2022
My wife and I began donating to The Matthews House last year when we recognized the need for resources such as Wi-Fi and enrichment programs for at-risk youth so they can continue learning and growing during the summer months,” said Pete Myers, owner, Enitor Enterprises, a Jiffy Lube Franchise.
Edit

Keeping Fit: Three health benefits of a morning walk

Times-Tribune 02 Oct 2022
Also, in the journal Physiology and Behavior a small study found that just 10 minutes of stair walking was more energizing than a cup of coffee for 18 women who felt sleep deprived ... The Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory and Cognition explains walking actually ...
Edit

Letter from the Editor: Report for America adds extra hands for education reporting

The Oregonian 02 Oct 2022
Edge also volunteered as a mentor for our High School Journalism Institute, which was held in August at Oregon State University. Mentors worked with 20 high school students learning the craft of journalism over the course of a week on campus ... The reason? Oregon’s Early Learning ...
Edit

That great – or bad – review may be a fake

Albuquerque Journal 02 Oct 2022
Ellen Marks/For the Journal. Who doesn't look at reviews when ordering a product? They can help consumers learn more about an item, whether it be a rave review or a scathing one that points out issues with the purchase ... That goes for video endorsements or comments accompanied by five stars, ... That can sometimes mean the reviews are fake ... mail.
Edit

State program placed Louisiana’s riskiest policies with untested insurers; many then failed

The Advocate 02 Oct 2022
The flaws of the program are now becoming clear. Every year since 2008, Louisiana Citizens policies have been offered to private insurers ... 2, 2021 ... Investigative reporting is more essential than ever, which is why we’ve established the Louisiana Investigative Journalism Fund, a non-profit supported by our readers. To learn more, please click here. .
Edit

How to cultivate a happier retirement

The Willoughby News-Herald 01 Oct 2022
You can learn to be more optimistic. “I do think certain people might have a disposition toward optimism or pessimism, but that doesn’t mean you can’t change your outlook and change your way of viewing a situation,” says Asebedo, who also edits the Journal of Financial Therapy ... Seligman’s book, “Learned Optimism.
Edit

Mystery Solved! Strange Stone Spheres are for an Ancient Greek Board Game!

Ancient Origins 01 Oct 2022
Perfecting on their earlier work, their new study has been published in The Journal of Archaeological Science ... That’s when the adoption of AI and machine learning was implemented, with a desire to explore patterns with these spheres, and see if that initial insight suggested something much more ... Journal of Archaeological Science.
Edit

On the Fly: Confidence flies make all the difference

Aspen Times 01 Oct 2022
Finding fly patterns you can rely on day in and day out becomes daunting, especially if you’ve had a tough day recently ... Many flies catch fishermen, but not fish ... By keep a fishing journal, you’ll learn pretty quick what works and what doesn’t from your own experiences through the seasons ... size, shape, color and action ... Fish with confidence! ... .
Edit

These Are the 10 Most Common Chronic Skin Conditions—and the Most Important Facts to Know ...

Henry Herald 01 Oct 2022
If one of your parents has eczema, your risk of developing it jumps two- to three-fold, according to research in the Journal of Pediatrics.) Other triggers for the condition include smoking, stress, dry skin and hormonal fluctuations, among others ... Alopecia Areata Diagnosis and Treatment.”Journal of Pediatrics.
Edit

Lawsuit filed after in-custody death in McKinley County

Albuquerque Journal 01 Oct 2022
The lawsuit alleges Deputy Dwayne Holder, who chased Carroll, was under the influence of alcohol ... Neither the McKinley County Sheriff’s Office nor the county manager returned calls requesting comment ... Carroll’s half brother, RobertBobbyDaniels, told the Journal he has been frustrated in trying to learn about what happened.
Edit

Hurricane Ian didn't come anywhere near Louisiana. But it could still roil our insurance market

The Advocate 01 Oct 2022
Hurricane Ian, 2022’s first killer cyclone, missed Louisiana by hundreds of miles ... The two hurricane-prone states have many insurers in common ... A.M ... A.M ... Investigative reporting is more essential than ever, which is why we’ve established the Louisiana Investigative Journalism Fund, a non-profit supported by our readers. To learn more, please click here.
Edit

Machine learning may enable bioengineering of the most abundant enzyme on the planet

Phys Dot Org 30 Sep 2022
A Newcastle University study has for the first time shown that machine learning can predict the biological properties of the most abundant enzyme on Earth—Rubisco ... Wasim A Iqbal et al, Predicting plant Rubisco kinetics from RbcL sequence data using machine learning, Journal of Experimental Botany (2022) ... 10.1093/jxb/erac368 Journal information.
Edit

Crematorium that didn't refrigerate bodies must pay $5.5M

The Berkshire Eagle 30 Sep 2022
The lawsuit contended Marielle Bischoff-Wurstle suffered emotional harm upon learning that her father’s remains had been mishandled by the Lewiston crematorium, the Sun Journal reported ... She said she was unable to reach anyone at the facility until June 9, when she learned her father was not cremated ... Quality local journalism needs your support ... ....
×