Month: April 2022

Naomi Judd, gone at 76, wrote about her mental illness in recent book

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! As the news that Grammy award-winning artist Naomi Judd died on Saturday afternoon, April 30, 2022, circulated widely, many recalled that her recent book, “River of Time: My Descent into Depression and How I Emerged with Hope,” directly addressed her battle with mental illness. NAOMI JUDD DEAD …

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3 new Alaska-connected poetry collections draw on the natural world to reveal human lives

“Water the Rocks Make” by David McElroy “Water the Rocks Make” By David McElroy. University of Alaska Press, 2022. 100 pages. $16.95. “Fish the Dead Water Hard” By Eric Heyne. Cirque Press, 2022. 71 pages. $15 “Tales of a Distance” By Andrew Gottlieb. Trail to Table Press/Wandering Aengus Press, 2022. 86 pages. $18 Poetry Month …

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‘Star Trek: Strange New Worlds’ scores its 1st tie-in book

Electricity is crackling in the sci-fi ether as anticipation mounts for the premiere of “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds” coming to Paramount Plus on May 5. This “Star Trek: Discovery” spinoff harkens back to the classic “planet of the week” format seen in the original “Star Trek” series from the 1960s and chronicles the intrepid …

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Bukayo Saka drops early Arsenal team news hint with Fantasy Premier League transfer

Takehiro Tomiyasu could take back his starting berth on Sunday when Arsenal travel to the London Stadium to take on West Ham as they look to boost their top-four hopes Video Loading Video Unavailable The video will auto-play soon8Cancel play now Mikel Arteta on summer transfer plans Bukayo Saka has hinted that Takehiro Tomiyasu will …

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Half of children hospitalized with COVID develop headaches, altered mental state

PITTSBURGH (StudyFinds.org) – Concerning new data shows that nearly half of all children hospitalized with COVID-19 experience neurological symptoms. Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh also report COVID-positive pediatric patients with these symptoms were much more likely to need intensive care. Of the 44 percent of children with neurological symptoms, the most common were headaches …

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Lyon’s win over PSG sends message to Barcelona as they book place in UWCL final

A little less than a year ago, Lyon relinquished their Women’s Champions League title for the first time since their relentless run of five successive triumphs began in 2016. Next month, though, they will go to Turin to do battle with the Barcelona team that took it from them, having overcome Paris Saint-Germain 2-1 at …

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Behold! ‘The Great Zapfino’ takes a big leap to overcome his fears

The Great Zapfino is a circus performer whose act is called “The Leap For Life.” When the book opens, he’s climbing up a ladder, preparing to jump off a high-dive onto a trampoline. But when the ringmaster hypes up Zapfino’s terrifying 10-story dive, Zapfino gets scared. He can’t make the leap. Instead, he climbs back …

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From troubled teen to empowered woman: area author shares personal journey in new book

May 2022 will mark the long-awaited debut of Bradford resident Ann Clarke as an author. In her novel, Insatiable Annie: Reckless and Loose on the Streets of TorontoClarke takes readers back to Toronto in the ’70s to recount her personal journey from troubled teen to empowered woman. “As far back as I can remember, I …

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