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Brain damage affects artistic skill

Researchers in the US felt that artistic skill is often preserved after brain damage. It's not really known how the brain influences artistic creativity. But you might assume that brain damage from a stroke, dementia, or trauma// - would dest...

Feast Of The East a gastronomic tour-de-force

...balance to food. Japan elevated every dish into an artistic statement," Li offered. Feast Of The East showcases this awesome spread, starting with hot pots and soupy meals. These include Laksa, a wholesome Malaysian soup with seafood, Haemol Jongol, a Korean seafood hot pot, Khawswe, a chicken and coconut br...

Respecting Dwarfs- A Lesson To Be Learnt From Ancient Egyptians

... middle of Egypt recently. "The burial sites and artistic sources provide glimpses of the positions in daily life in ancient Egypt. Dwarfs were accepted in ancient Egypt; their recorded daily activities suggest assimilation into daily life, and their disorder was never shown as a physical handicap. Wisdom w...

Anthrax Spores: Animal Skins on Drums, Renders Vado Diomande, Sick

...otherwise a very private person. Marcus Robinson, artistic director of the Florida African Drum and Dance Festival in Tallahassee, explained how drums from other African drummers were sent to Mr. Diomande for tuning, knowing his expertise in this field. "They had to be pulled to a certain pitch," Mr. Robinso...

My Dad Is 100 Years Old; Italian Actress Rossellini in Trouble

...actmusic.com, Rossellini has been attacked for the artistic shot entitled 'My Dad Is 100 Years Old' by her twin sister Isotta who says that the movie belittled their father's legacy. She says: 'It is very hurtful. It is Father's 100th anniversary - we should have celebrated his films and his work. Instead, ...

New Music Project Promotes Quality-of-Life After Cancer

...r, respectively. "This campaign makes a powerful artistic statement," says Dr. Adam Dachman, SFL chairman, board-certified osteopathic surgical oncologist and Chief of Surgery at Upland Hills Medical Center near Madison, Wisconsin. "Cancer as a chronic condition is changing the public's perception of the di...

The Other Side of Transsexuals

...es and self-help groups. They also displayed their artistic talents by reciting poetry and playing drums. Slowly but steadily, the transgender society, including transvestites, in the state are emerging out of the shadows to claim their rightful place in society. "In the tsunami-hit coastal village of ...

No Smoking During Play Rehearsals: UK’s Health Ministry Drops the Curtain

...s man Martin McGrath: 'We believe that in terms of artistic integrity, performers should be able to rehearse p...e allowed to smoke only during the performance for artistic effect. 'We have considered it carefully, and that is the view', she concludes. ANN...

Computer Imaging Assists With Facial Reconstructive Surgery

... angles. “Surgery for facial disharmony requires artistic judgment and objective evaluation,” the authors conclude. “For surgeons who use computer imaging software, analysis of profile photographs is the most valuable tool. Even when preoperative and postoperative photographs are of different sizes, relativ...

Doctors Condemn Any Attempt to Dilute Smoking Ban

...st a proposed amendment to permit smoking when the artistic integrity of a performance calls for it. The No...s amendment would permit actors to smoke where the artistic integrity of the performance makes it appropriate for them to do so. BMA(NI) Chairman, Dr Brian Pa...

Art in Hospitals to Enhance Patient Care

...s a small cost. Research has demonstrated that an artistic environment can lessen the requirement for pain-killing drugs in a hospital setting. Arts has always been associated with a positive effect on both health and wellbeing research by the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital found that live music helped ...

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